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Does cadence(5141 in my case) support vectors in verilogA?

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veriloga genvar not supported

Hello,

I wrote a short code to simply handle my input signal. It can pass the compilation but the output waveform is really strange. If I don't use vector but list all the ports one by one, it works which means the code itself functions well.

In addition, I also tried to use "for" to gernerate the outputs but seems unable to pass the compiler.

Could someone take a look at the code below?
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`include "constants.h"
`include "discipline.h"

module RZ_Generator(vin, vout, clk, offset);
input clk, offset;
voltage clk, offset;
input [11:0] vin;

output [11:0] vout;
voltage [11:0] vin, vout;

integer i;

analog begin
//for(i=0; i<=11; i=i+1) begin
//V(vout) <+ V(vin)*V(clk)+V(offset);
//end

generate i (11, 0) begin
V(vout) <+ V(vin)*V(clk)+V(offset);
end

end

endmodule
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Re: Does cadence(5141 in my case) support vectors in verilog

If you want to use for, you should declare i as:
genvar i;
 

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Hello Juven,

Thank you for you reply. As far as I know, 'genvar' is not supported in cadence(5141).
 

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