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What is the best book to study VERILOG?

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Iam studing verilog. So, i have a question, what is the best book to study VERILOG? please help me! .Thank
 

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The best book?

If your goal is to use Verilog for Xilinx FPGA design, then read the "XST User Guide" section "Verilog Language Support". It's a mini Verilog tutorial that concentrates on the aspects of Verilog that you will use for synthesis.
 
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Re: The best book?

'The Verilog Pli Handbook' by: Stuart Sutherland
also: 'The Verilog Hardware Description Language' by: Donald B Thomas, Philip R Moorby

I hope that helps
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Re: The best book?

I think the best book Verilog for the junior is A Verilog HDL Primer (second edition) from J.Bhasker
 

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