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A regular syntax and semantics for VHDL sign in move point (RTL) synthesis is outlined. The subset of IEEE 1076 (VHDL) that's appropriate for RTL synthesis is outlined, besides the semantics of that subset for the synthesis area.

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5 Slice names slice_name ::= prefix ( discrete_range ) Supported: — Slice_name Using a slice name of an unconstrained out parameter in a procedure shall not be supported. Null slices shall not be supported. For a discrete range that appears as part of a slice name, the bounds of the discrete range shall be specified directly or indirectly as static values belonging to an integer type. Copyright © 2000 IEEE. All rights reserved. 1. 1 Expressions expression ::= relation { | relation { | relation { | relation [ | relation [ | relation { and relation } or relation } xor relation } nand relation ] nor relation ] xnor relation } relation ::= shift_expression [ relational_operator shift_expression ] shift_expression ::= simple_expression [ shift_operator simple_expression ] simple_expression ::= [ sign ] term { adding_operator term } term ::= factor { multiplying_operator factor } 38 Copyright © 2000 IEEE.

7 Generate statement generate_statement ::= generate_label: generation_scheme generate [ { block_declarative_item } begin ] { concurrent_statement } end generate [generate_label] ; generation_scheme ::= for generate_parameter_specification | if condition label ::= identifier Supported: — — — Generate_statement Generate_scheme Label Not supported: — — Block_declarative_item (the declarative region) Reserved word begin The generate parameter specification shall be statically computable and of the form “identifier in range” only.

1 Type declarations type_declaration ::= full_type_declaration | incomplete_type_declaration full_type_declaration ::= type identifier is type_definition ; type_definition ::= scalar_type_definition | composite_type_definition | access_type_definition | file_type_definition Supported: — — — 28 Type_declaration Full_type_declaration Type_definition Copyright © 2000 IEEE. All rights reserved. 6-1999 Ignored: — Incomplete_type_declaration — Access_type_definition — File_type_definition Full type declarations containing access type definition or file type definition shall be ignored.

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