Gatesv100

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See also the shorter version: Gates and vectors.

You are given a 100-bit input vector in[99:0]. We want to know some relationships between each bit and its neighbour:

  • out_both: Each bit of this output vector should indicate whether both the corresponding input bit and its neighbour to the left are '1'. For example, out_both[2] should indicate if in[2] and in[3] are both 1. Since in[3] has no neighbour to the left, the answer is obvious so we don't need to know out_both[3].
  • out_any: Each bit of this output vector should indicate whether any of the corresponding input bit and its neighbour to the right are '1'. For example, out_any[2] should indicate if either in[2] or in[1] are 1. Since in[0] has no neighbour to the right, the answer is obvious so we don't need to know out_any[0].
  • out_different: Each bit of this output vector should indicate whether the corresponding input bit is different from its neighbour to the left. For example, out_different[2] should indicate if in[2] is different from in[3]. For this part, treat the vector as wrapping around, so in[99]'s neighbour to the left is in[0].


Module Declaration

module top_module( 
    input [99:0] in,
    output [98:0] out_both,
    output [99:1] out_any,
    output [99:0] out_different );

Using vectors, this can still be done in 3 assign statements.

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