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USE WORKmux_typesALL; LIBRARY IEEE; USE IEEEstd_logic_1164ALL; ENTITY mux8 IS PORT(I0, I1, I2, I3, I4, I5, PORT(I6, I7: IN std_logic; PORT(sel : IN eightval; --line 2 PORT(q : OUT std_logic); END mux8; ARCHITECTURE mux8 BEGIN WITH sel SELECT Q <= I0 AFTER Q <= I1 AFTER Q <= I2 AFTER Q <= I3 AFTER Q <= I4 AFTER Q <= I5 AFTER Q <= I6 AFTER Q <= I7 AFTER END mux8; OF mux8 IS --line 3 10 ns WHEN 10 ns WHEN 10 ns WHEN 10 ns WHEN 10 ns WHEN 10 ns WHEN 10 ns WHEN 10 ns WHEN
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The package mux_types declares a subtype eightval, which adds a constraint to base type INTEGER The constraint allows an object of eightval to take on values from 0 to 7 The package is included in entity mux8, which has one of its input ports sel declared using type eightval In the architecture at line 3, a selected signal assignment statement uses the value of sel to determine which output is transferred to the output Q If sel was not of the subtype eightval, but was strictly an integer type, then the selected signal assignment would need a value to assign for each value of the type, or an OTHERS clause By adding the constraint to the integer type, all values of the type can be directly specified
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In this chapter, we have examined the different types available in VHDL to the designer We discussed the following: I How types can be used by three different types of objects: the signal, variable, and constant I How signals are the main mechanism for the connection of entities, and how signals are used to pass information between entities
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I How variables are local to processes and subprograms and are used mainly as scratch pad areas for local calculations I How constants name a particular value of a type I How integers behave like mathematical integers, and real numbers behave like mathematical real numbers I How enumerated types can be used to describe user-defined operations and make a model much more readable I How physical types represent physical quantities such as distance, current, time, and so on I The composite type, arrays and records Arrays are a group of elements of the same type, and records are a group of elements of any type(s) I How access types are like pointers in typical programming languages I How file types are linear streams of data of a particular type that can be read and written from a model I How subtypes can add constraints to a type In the next chapter, we focus on another method of sequential statement modeling: the subprogram
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Subprograms and Packages
In this chapter, subprograms and packages are discussed Subprograms consist of procedures and functions used to perform common operations Packages are mechanisms that allow sharing data among entities Subprograms, types, and component declarations are the tools to build designs with, and packages are the toolboxes
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Subprograms
Subprograms consist of procedures and functions A procedure can return more than one argument; a function always returns just one In a function, all parameters are input parameters; a procedure can have input parameters, output parameters, and inout parameters There are two versions of procedures and functions: a concurrent procedure and concurrent function, and a sequential procedure and sequential function The concurrent procedure and function exist outside of a process statement or another subprogram; the sequential function and procedure exist only in a process statement or another subprogram statement All statements inside of a subprogram are sequential The same statements that exist in a process statement can be used in a subprogram, including WAIT statements A procedure exists as a separate statement in an architecture or process; a function is usually used in an assignment statement or expression
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