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cadence encounter command line documents

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imsaurabh

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Hi,

Does anyone have any documents on cadence commands for command line.

I am looking for any pdf or ppt for the same.

Thanks!!!
 

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As per your requirement you would need either a user guide or a command reference.

Browse through the installation dir. of Encounter and there should be a folder named /doc. Else as per your company policy it might be in a special docs section on an accessable server.
To save time ask the tool admin person of your company/team or your team-lead may know it. :)

It is already somwhere there in the env you are working. It is easier for you to find it you rather than someone else digging it out for you!
 

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Thanks Dapul,

But what I am looking for basic commands of cadence encountre such as dbget, addvia whic we always do by tab key.
If anyone has tutorial or manual please let me know.

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Copyrighted materials which includes help files from EDA vendors are forbidden to be shared.
I have already mentioned above, in a very generic way, where to look for such pdf files.
For everything else there is "Google Daddy"! :)
 
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