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verilog or VHDL to other processor's machine code converter

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nehat

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Hi,
I want to know that is it possible to convert verilog or VHDL to other processor's assembly code(such as Intel) ??
is there any special converter??
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My understanding is that Verilog HDL or VHDL are both Hardware Description Languages. They are primarily used to design the hardware. Further, they are highly parallel in nature, as FPGAs are truly parallel. So, in my opinion, such a converter would be less practical. Also, I haven't come across any of such converters by far.

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