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Names

Added by Utkarsh Khanna 2 months ago

Can we store the netnames and pin names and others in an array?


Replies (9)

RE: Names - Added by Wilson Snyder 2 months ago

You can do whatever you want with them, but I don't think that's your question :). Please attach an example of the problem with the Netlister you want solved?

RE: Names - Added by Utkarsh Khanna 2 months ago

I want to compare 2 verilog files and find error in them and display them

RE: Names - Added by Utkarsh Khanna 2 months ago

i was thinking to store contents of one in array1 and other in array 2 and compare them .. you have a better option and idea that i can use this package?

RE: Names - Added by Wilson Snyder 2 months ago

One would normally compare using hashes, but this has nothing to do with Verilog-Perl itself - if you're asking how to compare two lists please see a Perl tutorial.

RE: Names - Added by Utkarsh Khanna 2 months ago

The error generated through formality cant be corrected with the help of this?

RE: Names - Added by Wilson Snyder 2 months ago

The error generated through formality cant be corrected with the help of this?

I have no idea what error you are talking about, nor have you said anything about formality until now.

RE: Names - Added by Utkarsh Khanna 2 months ago

I will explain you clearly now. The errors or the fault points generated through formality in 2 verilog files , I want them to be corrected automatically using a perl script. I want to know whether this module will be handy to me or not?

RE: Names - Added by Wilson Snyder 2 months ago

Might be, but sounds like a very complicated problem.

RE: Names - Added by Utkarsh Khanna 2 months ago

Yes , it is

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