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hi, i have an if statement in my code
if(a and (not b) and c = '1') then output <= '1'; else output <= '0'; end if; 
a, b, and c are internal signal of type std_logic; output is signal out std_logic; when compile this code it is showing an error Error (10476): VHDL error at PowerSeq1.vhd(486): type of identifier "a" does not agree with its usage as "boolean" type
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Hareesh M. wrote: > if (a and (not b) and c = '1') then  _ type: boolean the and operator needs operands of the same type, i.e all operands are boolean, or all of type std_logic. The comparsion "c = '1'" results into type boolean; the subterm "a and (not b)" into type std_logic (because a and b are of type std_logic)> the rightmost "and" faces type missmatch.
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Hareesh M. wrote: > if(a and (not b) and c = '1') then Try this: if (a and (not b) and c) then... And this: if (a='1' and b='0' and c='1') then... Then think about it.
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Lothar M. wrote: > Hareesh M. wrote: >> if(a and (not b) and c = '1') then > Try this: > if (a and (not b) and c) then... > And this: > if (a='1' and b='0' and c='1') then... if (?? a) and (?? (not b)) and c = 1 then > Then think about it.
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thanks for your reply, it is solved
if((a and (not b) and c) ='1' ) then output <= '1'; else output <= '0'; end if; 
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Hareesh M. wrote: > it is solved > if((a and (not b) and c) ='1' ) then I would prefer this: if (a='1' and b='0' and c='1') then Because there it is absolutely obvoius to see whats wanted without doing any logical calculations and digging around with the (not b) together with the ='1'...