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Array size function in Verilog-A/AMS?
Dec 03rd, 2004, 11:04pm
 
I have a simple question regarding determining the size of arrays in Verilog-A and Verilog-AMS.  

If I have a function which will accept, for example, an array of reals, how may I determine within the function the size of the array?  In other words, do I have to pass the array size into my function as an explicit integer variable?  Is there some "sizeof" function in Verilog-A or Verilog-AMS which would allow me to determine the size of the array a priori?

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Re: Array size function in Verilog-A/AMS?
Reply #1 - Jun 6th, 2005, 8:53am
 
I'm not aware of a way to determine the array size.

Since in Verilog (1364), arrays have to be declared using constant_expressions for the address ranges, it seems that one wouldn't need to query the array (it can't grow during the simulation), other than to avoid passing an additional argument.
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