Hi Lothar Miller, Thank you for your speedy reply. I’m just ‘lucky’ to get a project to work on VHDL. Why I asked for basic codes to just display to LCD is because I can maybe read up and reverse engineer on them and have the basic skeleton up the least. Thank you for taking the time to look into it. Hope, thats the case with you, as otherwise the learning curve would be steeper.
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Basic Codes to display on LCD of Altera DE2 Board –
I hope I got them clarified. As for me, I have some knowledge of C languages as I have learned it since the start of year 1 but in alternate semesters.
Rules — please read before posting Post long source code as attachment, not in the text Posting advertisements is forbidden. If you want to receive reply notifications by e-mail, please log in. It might help me get to the next step. A good survey algera FPGAs at all may be found at https: I have heard of it, this language before but I had no opportunity to learn it during my first 2 and a alttera years here.
Then you can decide whether you can use it or not.
Please tell me what I can use and what I cannot use from her codes? Searching for similar topics However, I am not convinced of your course of action. It could, for instance, mean that your task definitely includes acquiring knowledge about VHDL, in which case, simply posting code is a kind of help you cheating or that you, for whatever reason, missed the courses. I have read on some article but I’m still lost and clueless as what is to be done.
And using a hardware description language needs a profound, or at least non-trivial knowledge and experience in digital electronics as well. She did a 24hour format clock. And only much I know of the codes, tried to get ahold of her but she seems to be overseas. This requires at least a grade of knowledge which covers the issue at a level which allows one to lay a ground. If so, then get that design to work.
I did some snooping around of the previous student documents, managed to find her codes though. But I am quite sure, that a project like yours may be finished within 3 months starting from a point I mentioned above, assumed that VHDL is the only new matter to you. Please don’t ask any new questions in this thread, but start a new one.
Thank you for taking the time to look into it. But, – I am sorry – the fact that you where assigned a project without having any experience or knowledge, is at least in need of an explanation.
Ouch, then it is a very tricky and very steep start Some combinatorial logic which may sum up to some amount and at least one state machine probably a combination of state machines is more appropriate to that project.
I was told to do ModelSim to start off.
I would say, you should start very earlier: Theor Guest Posted on: Though, often people answer to questions like yours by posting code.
Even in case you where presented a code, you will not understand it nor being able to “reverse engineer” it if you do not have any knowledge and experience, at least with simple singleton cases. It’s natural that, in the beginning, the amount of details seems overwhelming and lcf.
It’s a weird practice, but we are supposed to learn on our own the basics of a new language. Why I asked for basic codes to just display to LCD is because I can maybe read up and reverse engineer on them and have the basic skeleton up the least. Hope, thats the case with you, as otherwise the learning curve would ldd steeper.
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They have given me some articles to read up on, but they did only little to help me.