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Hello, I have written code for calculating modulus of negative number for number of bits (n=5),it is giving me correct result for n=5 bits but when i increase number of bits for eg n=6,it is giving me incorrect result.Why is it so? Should I declare my input or output as signed data type to get correct results? please tell if anybody knows about signed and unsigned data type. below is my code : module negmod #(parameter n = 5) (clk, reset, p, x1,x3,result); input clk, reset; input [n1:0] p, x1; output reg [n1:0] x3; output reg result; wire [n1:0] y; assign y =(x1)+(($floor(x1/p))* p); always @(posedge clk) begin if(reset)begin x3<=0; end else begin x3<=y; result<=1; end end endmodule I have attached 2 simulation results for n=5 and n=6 bits 3 mod 17= 14 (n=5 ) 3 mod 17 =48 (n=6)
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Lakshita J. wrote: > Should I declare my input or output as signed data > type to get correct results? Of course. Unsigned data can only represent positive numbers...
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Lakshita J. wrote: > assign y =(x1)+(($floor(x1/p))* p); A hint: split this calculation up into several steps. Then you can see much more easy where the bug is hidden. > Should I declare my input or output as signed data type to get correct > results? To be honest: I would try that out myself. Before asking in a forum...
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Lothar M. wrote: > A hint: split this calculation up into several steps. > Then you can see much more easy where the bug is hidden. okay.I will try to debug this stepwise. Thanks > To be honest: I would try that out myself. Before asking in a forum... I tried it before asking in a forum but I am not getting correct results after declaring input as signed type.