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Author: REKHA V P (Company: college of engineering chengan) (rekhavp)
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sir,
  I am comopletely new to FPGA. I want to take the output of the FPGA to 
a text file. Is it possible to store the output of FPGA to a text file??

Author: Lothar Miller (lkmiller) (Moderator)
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Where is "the textfile"? A textfile is a imaginary thing. It does not 
exist really. Its just a interpreted pattern of some voltage levels.

So you must clarify: where do you want to store that file? How do you 
connect this media to your FPGA? What "output" do you want to store? And 
when that is clear it comes to: size? Data rate? Endurance?

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Author: REKHA V P (Company: college of engineering chengan) (rekhavp)
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I Just want to take the output which is available on the led to a 
readable format. I have to take almost 2^64 outputs which are in biary 
format ie '0' or '1'.

Author: Lothar Miller (lkmiller) (Moderator)
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REKHA V P wrote:
> the output which is available on the led to a readable format
The easiest way: go for a logic analyzer.

If that's not an option, then answer the rest of my  questions. If it is 
not clear what I meant, then ask. The most interesting points are: how 
many outputs and how fast do they change?

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