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I tried creating cookies online..the same code is not working when I did in a notepad..What could be the issue?
please verify the code below!!!
void merge(int a,int b,int *m,int *n);
void sort(int c,int *m,int *n);
printf("\n Enter no of elements: ");
printf("\n Enter no of elements in 2nd array: ")...
printf("\n Enter any no: ");
printf("\n Where do you want to insert? ");
printf("\n No u want to enter? ");
I am getting the following error continuously :(
Primitive output connection must be a scalar net.
please check the code below.what should I change in it.I should do only in dataflow modeling.
output [7:0] Y;
wire [7:0] F1,F2,F3,F4,F5,F6,F7,F8;
I tried wring a behavioral description of two-to-one-line multiplexer.While writing its rtl code, I mentioned the target output as reg.
In its testbench, how should I declare o/p and i/p??
In other 2 types of modeling, we used to declare, wire for an o/p and reg for an i/p.
I did the...
In 4X4 K-map, can I loop top 1st two columns with the bottom 1st two columns???
I did that. But, when I verified with the solutions manual , they have done the looping separately.What I did is right or wrong ??
Awaiting your reply.
I studied that, any 2 level implementation is in degenerate form, if the two level gates degenerate into a single logic operation.They illustrated with AND-AND operation to explain that concept.
But, under non-degenerate forms, NAND-NAND & NOR-NOR are listed. Their explanation seems to be...
It operates in 2 modes.Real mode and protected mode.
In real mode, it is said that, combination of segment and offset address helps us to access a memory location. The segment address defines the beginning address of any 64kB segment. Offset chooses any location within that 64kb segment. So the...
If an 8-bit ring counter has an initial state 10111110, what is the state after the fourth clock pulse?
A. 11101011 B. 00010111
C. 11110000 D. 00000000
When I did this, I got an answer A.
What i did is right?? can anyone explain me?
1. For the 1st clk pulse, it would be, 01011111
2. For the...