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 Three new SystemVerilog EZ-Start appnotes and code examples 

Last post Wed, Oct 25 2006 10:21 AM by archive. 1 replies.
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    Three new SystemVerilog EZ-Start appnotes and code examples Reply

    There are three new EZ-Start application notes in the articles area of cdnusers.org.  The EZ-Starts are application notes, with code examples, to introduce designers to SystemVerilog.  Each EZ-Start gives the reader some practical knowledge about how to apply SystemVerilog and takes about 1 to 2 hours to complete.   While each one can help you in your day-to-day work, they can also be steppin-stones to an overall SystemVerilog methodology.

    The EZ-Starts application notes can be read without registration, but you do need to register on cdnusers.org to download the code examples.   The three EZ-Starts so far are:


    If you have any questions about the application notes or the examples, want to suggest new topics to cover, understand how the EZ-Starts fit into an overall SystemVerilog methodology, or anything else just ask!  We'll be glad to respond here in the forum for the benefit of all the viewers.

    Thanks,

    Adam Sherer
    Cadence Design Systems


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    RE: Three new SystemVerilog EZ-Start appnotes and code examples Reply

    I'm just starting with SVA and found the SVA EZ-start Guide very useful. It teaches the basic SVA syntax with an easy to follow example.

    Mike


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