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von Kevin S. (kvnsmnsn)


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About the time I started my adventures with Verilog, I asked what a good 
book was for learning that language, and a couple of people pointed me 
to _Verilog HDL: A Guide to Digital Design and Synthesis_, by Samir 
Palnitjar. I bought that book and it has been an enormous help in 
getting me to write code. But the book has some shortcomings. For one 
thing it doesn't say anything at all about (generate) blocks. It also 
doesn't say anything about the (localparam) declaration. Can anybody out 
there recommend a book that would help me go from Palnitkar's book to a 
complete understanding of what I can do with Verilog?

von Christoph db1uq K. (christoph_kessler)


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just the ISBN numbers, there are at least 4 editions:

https://www.google.de/search?hl=de&tbo=p&tbm=bks&q=inauthor:%22Samir+Palnitkar%22&source=gbs_metadata_r&cad=8


2003:
ISBN 9780130449115 Prentice Hall Professional
ISBN 9788177589184 Pearson Education
1996:
ISBN 9780134516752 SunSoft Press
2009:
ISBN 9789861549118 Pearson Education Taiwan

von Kevin S. (kvnsmnsn)


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Christoph db1uq K. wrote:
> just the ISBN numbers, there are at least 4 editions:
>
> 
https://www.google.de/search?hl=de&tbo=p&tbm=bks&q=inauthor:%22Samir+Palnitkar%22&source=gbs_metadata_r&cad=8

Christoph, do either of the 2003 editions or the 2009 edition cover 
generate blocks or describe (localparam)? And do they include any of 
System Verilog?

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