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  • Re: mvl value duing @sim
    Hi Ravi,    I am sure because i have used "print sys.time" at every  transition.    The trnasition from x->z happening at time "0" and the value it is printing is "MVL_Z" at that time. Thanks.
    Posted to Functional Verification (Forum) by arjuny on Mon, Mar 21 2011
  • mvl value duing @sim
    Hi, what should be the output of the following code? sig_a is bind to wire "a" in verilog top file which has transitions "X -> Z -> 0 -> 1 -> Z -> 1". event a_c_e is change(smp.sig_a$)@sim; on a_c_e { print smp.sig_a.get_mvl(); }; The log file is showing "mvl_z" ...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Forum) by arjuny on Wed, Mar 16 2011
  • class casting
    Hi, In SV LRM in the section "class casting" the following statement is given. LRM statement: "It is always legal to assign a subclass variable to a variable of a class higher in the inheritance tree. It is never legal to directly assign a superclass variable to a variable of one of its subclasses. However, ...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Forum) by arjuny on Sat, Nov 20 2010
  • eVC integrated with sv-ovm verification environment.
     Hi,     I would like to build verification environment using SV-OVM. I have AXI eVC and this needs to be used in the SV-OVM.     How can i integrate this AXI eVC to the SV-OVM verification environment?     Can anybody point me to some documents where this integration is mentioned.     AXI ...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Forum) by arjuny on Wed, Nov 3 2010
  • sv array method sum()
     Hi,     I was going through the "sv for verification". I am trying to run the examples given in the book on IUS(9.2).     As per LRM (array reduction methods),"sum() returns the sum of all the array elements or, if a with clause is specified, returns the sum of the values yielded by evaluating the ...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Forum) by arjuny on Tue, Nov 2 2010
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