# [Moved]: What does discipline.h means & how can I get it?

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#### Papiya_Akter

##### Newbie level 4
Dear all,
In many modelling code of cadence /*include"discipline.h"*/ is a very common command. What is this "discipline.h" & how can I get this file? Can anyone please give me any link or ideal to get this "discipline.h" file???
I need this for /* Berkeley BSIM3v3.2.0 & BSIM3v3.2.4 (default) Verilog-A model */.
Thank you all.

#### Terry Carney

##### Newbie level 2
Re: What does discipline.h means & how can I get it?

You should be able to access the header by first making sure that the file is in the same folder as your workspace project and by "importing" it with "#". For example:

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#include "discipline.h"

include (no pun intended) the double quotations as well.

hope that helps...

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#### Papiya_Akter

##### Newbie level 4
Re: What does discipline.h means & how can I get it?

Thanks
But where I will get that file?

#### rahdirs

Re: What does discipline.h means & how can I get it?

But where I will get that file?

That file is a part of the Cadence distribution.
The file is located in the directory:
your_install_dir/tools/dfII/samples/artist/spectreHDL/include
,where your_install_dir is the path to the Cadence installation directory.

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