From: Shalom Bresticker (Shalom.Bresticker@motorola.com)
Date: Mon May 26 2003 - 07:36:26 PDT
>Originator: Shalom Bresticker <Shalom.Bresticker@motorola.com>
In 9.2.2, Example 6, there is code
// starts at time 0, does not hold the block
r1 = 0 ;
// makes assignments to r1 without cancelling previous assignments
for (i=0; i <= 5; i=i+1)
r1 <= #(i*10) i ;
The first comment is unclear, particularly "does not hold the block".
It is an inheritance from Cadence LRM, but it is not clear there, either.
I suggest to delete the first comment entirely.
Also, it is unclear to me why the line "r1 = 0;" was added.
The example seems to work even without it.
However, there is no need to delete it.
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