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[req] How to implement a microcontroller on an FPGA?

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Hi All,

Is it possible to implement a micro-controller on an FPGA? if yes, Could you please give some guides:

*** How much the µC can be complex using a commertial FPGA (not too expensive)?

*** How i can put HEX code on the designed µC?

*** Is there any available templates for MAX Plus or other similar softwares (such as templates for counter, shift-register, ...)?
 

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