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  • Re: RE: Concatenating enumerated types in coverpoint
     We use comma separated values with in curly braces if we want to assign more than one value to a bin. For example,        bin Index = {0x0, 0x1, 0x2};  But my requirement is to concatenate enumerated types. The syntax you specified appears to be same as above except for a "[" after the bin name. So square ...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Forum) by RajeshCM on Mon, Sep 17 2012
  • Concatenating enumerated types in coverpoint
    Hi, I will explain my query with an example.  AddrHigh is a 16-bit address which is enumerated as NORMAL, DEVICE etc.. AddrLow is also a 16-bit address which is enumerated as TIMER, UART etc..  I want to concatenate AddrLow and AddrHigh, and declare bins like below. I don't want to specify binary values instead I want specify ...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Forum) by RajeshCM on Sun, Sep 16 2012
  • Using interface signals as coverpoint bins
    Hi,  I have my functional coverage like this: class mem_cov_grp; virtual SysRegIntf; covergroup walks(); level:      coverpoint SysRegIntf.Addr {                  bins MAX = {31- SysRegIntf.Tag};                  bins MAX_PLUS_ONE = ...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Forum) by RajeshCM on Mon, Aug 20 2012
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