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  • Re: For loop
    Thanks once again for the info on the development tool - sounds very useful indeed. I checked the list of products we've currently & unfortunately this is not available.   Best regards, Adil.   [quote user="Andrew Beckett"] Adil, If using IC613/IC614 you have Tools->SKILL Development Environment (New) which is ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by sprinter on Wed, Dec 16 2009
  • Re: For loop
    Thanks a lot. The note on the macro is quite useful for new users like me. On a different subject, I'm wondering what's the best way to debug a SKILL code? I mean is there a tool which could be used for the editor. Right now I"m relying on the error messages I see in my CIW.   Adil.
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by sprinter on Tue, Dec 15 2009
  • For loop
    Hi,  The 'for' loop increments in steps of 1. Is there a way to increment or decrement with a non-unity step? If I've a list of values to evaluate an BLOCKED EXPRESSION then 'foreach' is used but I couldn't find something for a range of values & with an arbritrary step size. Any comments? Thanks, Adil.
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by sprinter on Tue, Dec 15 2009
  • Re: Multi dimensional array
    Hi Andrew, Thanks a lot for your suggestions. The small piece of your code is very instructive indeed in order to understand how to build an array of arrays. I've tried it & it works just fine. I wish this example was included in the documentation.   Regards, Adil.   [quote user="Andrew Beckett"] ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by sprinter on Mon, Nov 23 2009
  • Re: Multi dimensional array
    Hi Andrew, I think we're not on the same page on this one. The past inputs on array have been on one-dimensional arrays but I'm trying to do a multi dimensional array this time. I've tried to search the documentation (Skill language reference) but either I've overlooked it or else it's not there. Could you please ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by sprinter on Mon, Nov 23 2009
  • Multi dimensional array
    Hi, How can I create multi dimensional array in order to name variables like: cp_6_4 cp_5_3 cp_4_2 . .cp_m_m-2 etc. Thanks, Adil.
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by sprinter on Fri, Nov 20 2009
  • Re: methods for variable integer to string conversion
    Thanks once again Andrew for your input. I guess I've to first go through the skill user interface in order to familiarize myself with the nitty gritty of creating a pcell before I can start asking sensible questions :) Best regards and have a great weekend, Adil.  
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by sprinter on Fri, Nov 20 2009
  • Re: methods for variable integer to string conversion
    Thanks Andrew for your reply.  If it's really a pcell (defined with pcDefinePCell), then it makes no sense to create a form Well, I've not defined it with pcDefinePCell, all I've done is that I've put together ROD functions, like CreatePolygon etc.  and made the transformer.    If you want to make the create ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by sprinter on Fri, Nov 20 2009
  • Re: methods for variable integer to string conversion
    Thanks Andrew & Derek for your useful inputs. Yes, you're right, I've made a transformer pcell using ROD functions. Right now, I fill in the parameters (space, width, etc. ) in the code itself & then load the file in the CIW. Your idea of using a form is perfect. I was thinking, instead of making a form afresh, which may ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by sprinter on Thu, Nov 19 2009
  • Re: methods for variable integer to string conversion
    Hi Derek, Thank you for your nice suggestion.    It appears that even if I choose to use tables, I would still need to create as many tables as there're variables which comes to the same as having to declare as many variables if I choose array. enterString: I want to enter parameters like space, trace width etc. for my ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by sprinter on Wed, Nov 18 2009
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