Forum: FPGA, VHDL & Verilog Representation of numbers in verilog

Author: Ee Liang Kuan (Company: Unimas) (newbie87)
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Hi there,

I need explanation of why 8'hz3 = 8'bzzzz0011.
Thanks in advance.

Author: Marcus Harnisch (mharnisch)
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8'hz3 is a sized hex literal where the lower nibble represents the 
binary value 0011 and the upper nibble is zzzz.



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