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The macro alt_xorbits_word does a read-modify-write sequence. Reading is slow. Writing is faster since the CPU doesn't have to wait for a result. Try this: while (true) { alt_write_word(PIO_addr, 0); alt_write_word(PIO_addr, 1); }
`define print(v)\ $display("var v=%h",v) module try(); reg test1=4'b1111; initial begin `print(test1); end endmodule The above code is valid in system verilog but in verilog it will give the error $display("var v=%h",v) | ncvlog: *E,EXPMPA (1.v,2|7): expecting the keyword 'module', 'macromodule' or 'prim
I am write this macro code in matlab,I can add port transmision in cst from matlab .but while I maked it solver,it give error. .Reset .PortNumber "1" .Label "" .NumberOfModes "1" .AdjustPolarization "False" .PolarizationAngle "0.0" .ReferencePlaneDistance "0" .TextSize "50" .Coordinates "Full"
I write in assembler but i use macro command for clear reading my code. ;======================================================= bcf CS_LCD ; chip select TFT IC call Delay5ms ;======================================================= ; Hard Reset bsf RST_LCD call Delay10ms bcf RST_LCD ; hard reset call Delay100m
I guess, the problem hasn't to do with `ifdef usage. You are probably missing the required syntax for text macro insertion. a will be undeclared, you'll write `a.
I had a similar problem and used excel and a self written macro to seperate but it's lost. But it's quite easy to write on your own.
:-? Dear programmers. I am trying to get the exercise B under the "USB Master Exercise Book" to function. Under the FURTHER STUDY section of the book to write a macro called "delay_seconds" from the CCS compiler company. I am a novice C programmer just starting out. It should turn on the Green LED D5 for five seconds t
Hi All How can I write out .lib file of a digital module designed in virtuoso ? Also If I want to import this module as a digital block to encounter, how can I make it as a macro/cell ? How to take care of this while writing out lef from virtuoso ? Thanks Shameel
Hi I write a macro to send a character to a LCD module. With this code i could send just one character. With multiple arguments I can send multiple characters but it is not the same as concatenate characters. What should I do? (In short I want to be able to send a sentence at once) Hi, There are severa
I have write a macro that makes an universal antenna. everything works but when I change a parameter in the parameter list I get a error: Expecting an existing scalar var. (I=0) Can anyone help me?? ps I'm sorry for my bad englisch I'm from germany:) Here is the code I use: ' rotation2 Sub Main () G
hi.... i am writing a program using pic16f887 and i am trying to save some data by writing in EEPROM. i have written the EEPROM write program as a macro and assigned values to the address and data in the main program. i need to store data in three memory locations. (assembly language) this is my code #INCLUDE __CONFIG _CONFIG
HI~! In my company, this macro/library file is also generated by back-end team. To develop an IP, we just write a RTL and later synthesize. After that, we just give our netlist to the back-end team and they will give us corresponding library file. I think there is nothing wrong in this flow. Layout must be done in advanced such that the i
There is a write array macro in , see if it helps. there should be two special apis one to free eeprom storage and another to indicate free space of eeprom I'm not sure what you mean, do you wan to write 00 to eeprom to clear the data? this will cost you in the eeprom lefetime. Ale
Hi every body i write a code of macro and i want to export the 1d results to .bmp and ASCII but 1.with .bmp files it export a file.bmp I want to export a S(2)(1) but no images inside 2.with ASCII it error :"no plot data available to export" Can you help me.tks a lot This is my code With Result1D("a2(1)1(1)") StoreViewInBmpFile ("E:\CSt\macr
HI, I am working on a block which as several macros. Some of these macros are a switchable i.e., these macros are actually power domains. Now the question is while writing UPF for B1, do I need to consider the switchable macros to be power domain and go with the normal UPF flow or since it is just a (...)
Take a look at these macro write/read the internal EEPROM in AVR using avrgcc (winAVR) - Blogs - Forum for Electronics
You can use #define for a constant or a macro #define led1 PORTB0_bit After that whenever you write led1 it will be the same as PORTB0_bit Another macro you can use is #define led1on PORTB0_bit=1; #define led1off PORTB0_bit=0; in that case all you need to write is led1on to set the bit (PORTB0_bit=1) and (...)
A macro is an IP you buy/download. A module is RTL code you write yourself or other people in your company write As for soft vs. hard + definitions check here
I think you can ignore it now. Later, when you will write out the GDS file, and run DRC (Calibre or Hercules), these violations will disapper. You see them in PnR (ICC) tool, because it works with some kind of abstract view (FRAM for ICC). In this abstract the pins are just a small portion of metal. But, in the real layout of macro block (CEL view
If you are not sending or receiving anything I don't see the reason to use a function You can simply define a macro #define PIN_HIGH PORTA = 0b00000001; PORTA = 0b00000010; PORTA = 0b00000100; whenever you write PIN_HIGH it will be the same as writing PORTA = 0b00000001; PORTA = 0b00000010; PORTA = 0b00000100;