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    Perl/Python Scripting for Analog/Mixed Signal Design

    Hello.

    I am interested in learning Perl/Python Scripting for Analog/Mixed Signal Design.

    Are there any good resources about this anywhere ?

    Books, Online courses, or other resources online.

    I am posting in this thread as it is related to Analog IC/EDA/Layout Design.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Perl/Python Scripting for Analog/Mixed Signal Design

    Don't know about that, but have seen it be a useful capability
    in our CAD people (one lady wrote a Perl script to combine the
    FET fingers in parallel devices into one, more than halving run
    time for SpectreRF).

    I have a Learning Perl book on my shelf that I've never cracked.
    It would be unsurprising for there to be a Dummies book, and
    I'm sure that the usual suspects would turn you up more hits
    than you care to review.



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    Re: Perl/Python Scripting for Analog/Mixed Signal Design

    I am interested in learning Perl/Python Scripting for Analog/Mixed Signal Design.
    Are there any good resources about this anywhere ?
    There is no specific/special tutorial on Perl/Python Scripting for Analog/Mixed Signal Design.

    Just go through a basic online tutorial on Perl/Python. The skills which you will obtain needs to be used as per situation while working with Analog/Mixed Signal design.
    FPGA enthusiast!



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