Vectors are used to group related signals using one name to make it more convenient to manipulate. For example, wire [7:0] w; declares an 8-bit vector named w that is functionally equivalent to having 8 separate wires.
Notice that the declaration of a vector places the dimensions before the name of the vector, which is unusual compared to C syntax. However, the part select has the dimensions after the vector name as you would expect.
wire [99:0] my_vector; // Declare a 100-element vector
assign out = my_vector; // Part-select one bit out of the vector
Build a circuit that has one 3-bit input, then outputs the same vector, and also splits it into three separate 1-bit outputs. Connect output
o0 to the input vector's position 0,
o1 to position 1, etc.
In a diagram, a tick mark with a number next to it indicates the width of the vector (or "bus"), rather than drawing a separate line for each bit in the vector.
module top_module ( input wire [2:0] vec, output wire [2:0] outv, output wire o2, output wire o1, output wire o0 );
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