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Verilog syntax - ChipVerify.

Lexical conventions in Verilog are similar to C in the sense that it contains a stream of tokens. A lexical token may consist of one or more characters and tokens can be comments, keywords, numbers, strings or white space. All lines should be terminated b.

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Introduction to Verilog - ChipVerify.

What is a hardware schematic ? A hardware schematic is a diagram that shows how the combinational gates should be connected to achieve a particular hardware functionality. In this case, it is the set of NAND gates connected like shown towards the left in the image above. However, if we know what values of inputs contribute to make the output have a value of 1, ....

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