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Author: Pavithra Kodada (Company: cec) (pavithra)
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can anyone please send me the vhl code for modified booth encoder

Author: Lothar Miller (lkmiller) (Moderator)
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Pavithra K. wrote:
> can anyone please send me the vhl code for modified booth encoder
Isn't that your homework?
So, lets try it that way: you start. And when you encounter specific 
problems, then you can ask us or someone for help.

The short word for that process is: "learning"...


BTW: what is "vhl"?

Author: Rashika Selvaraj (rashika)
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hi,
 Am Rashika, in need of modified booth algorithm VHDL coding, as am the 
beginner for VHDL.

Author: Lothar Miller (lkmiller) (Moderator)
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Rashika S. wrote:
> Am Rashika, in need of modified booth algorithm VHDL coding, as am the
> beginner for VHDL.
Pls start an NEW thread.
Then post what you have and ask a specific question to about that. But 
do not expect that someone simply does your homework.

Author: Mr. FPGA (Guest)
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I think this is hopeless ...

this particular generation of persons nowadays obviously do start at a 
too high Level and get overwhelmed quickly and therefore tend to copy 
solutions rather than learning about all these issues to be able to find 
them themselves

especally in india, quick running "learners" can be found. I could point 
you to a ton of programmers' requests like that in Forums all over the 
world

the pressure at their "universities" and "electronic schools" has 
tremendously increased in the recent decade because they want to be 
number one in the world regarding programming and it and similar 
subjects

the result is quick leraning without depth, "surface based" thinking and 
moreover copying, faking and trying to get around real work to somehow 
come through the process of qualification

even the universities do so by accepting their copy actions of research 
results and reposting them in a slightly modified way, because they do 
not want to admit, that their students, educated this simple way, do not 
have international Standard, so they publish and publish and publish ...

THEY ALL WANT TOO MUCH IN TOO LITTLE TIME !

.. it is a pity, a shame, strange or whatever, I don't know...

Well, Lothar, there was a time, when I heavily complained about this, 
but in the meanwhile, I have a different opinion:

the more of these "light weight fpga Gurus" do exist, there more 
unreliable circuits and designs will be out there getting companies in 
trouble.

this either leads to less competitors world wide for my clients here in 
germany, or if the company is located here and had employed such low 
Level specalist, they one day will needs strong support, and this will 
require finally experts like us, to fix all the upcoming issues in the 
design

so India and others, carry on

Author: Mr. FPGA (Guest)
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btw

i had to write the SPECALIST in the above letter several times the wrong 
way, because the script considered the correct spelling as spam

Author: Lothar Miller (lkmiller) (Moderator)
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Mr. FPGA wrote:
> btw
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> i had to write the SPECALIST in the above letter several times the wrong
> way, because the script considered the correct spelling as spam
That's due to many "SPECIALISTS" trying to sell their very "special 
knowledge"...

Author: Mr. FPGA (Guest)
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I was trying to type the word

especially

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