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Verilog: blocking & Non-Blocking

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kumar_eee

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verilog non block

What is the diff b/w blocking & Non-bolcking statements?... Where v r using these types?..
 

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In Non-Blocking mode all command,(statement) in block run parallely (all lines Begin to run at same instance)But in Blocking mode line running step by step.(line 2 in this block will run after finishing first line functionality and so on...)
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hi kumar_ee,

Below is a website from Sunburst Design:
http://www.sunburst-design.com/papers/

Here u can find very good articles was written by Cliff Cummings. One of it is "Verilog Nonblocking Assignments With Delays, Myths & Mysteries".

Hope it helps n enjoy

-no_mad
 

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no-block is used for sequential logic . block is used for combinational logic.
 

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