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Observer
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Dealing with .txt extension file in VHDL

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Hello!!!

 

I am trying to implement a vhdl module which will have input as .txt file which i shall read and then the contents of that .txt file should be loaded in Block RAM's of XC5LX110T fpga DDR.

 

I am newbie in hdl language plz help me on this.

 

Thanks.

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Teacher
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Re: Dealing with .txt extension file in VHDL

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The Fine Manual to Read in this case is UG627 (v 11.3). Page 176 has a relevant example.

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"If it don't work in simulation, it won't work on the board."

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Re: Dealing with .txt extension file in VHDL

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The Fine Manual to Read in this case is UG627 (v 11.3). Page 176 has a relevant example.

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"If it don't work in simulation, it won't work on the board."

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Re: Dealing with .txt extension file in VHDL

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thanks I think it will work for me.
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Re: Dealing with .txt extension file in VHDL

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The Fine Manual to Read in this case is UG627 (v 11.3). Page 176 has a relevant example.

 

For those who are not on v11.3 of UG627, search the file for "Initializing Block RAM (External Data File)"

 

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