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What is the difference between Verilog and VHDL?

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D. Peter

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D. Peter, Software Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), Mexico

Answered Oct 09, 2019

Verilog and VHDL are description languages for hardware which are used in writing programs for electronic chips. Verilog is more recent than VHDL. Verilog deals with C, while VHDL is based on Ada and Pascal. VHDL language is typed strongly, but Verilog is a weakly typed language. Also, Verilog is case sensitive, but the VHDL is not case sensitive. In Verilog, if the letter case is not consistent, it will not recognize the inputted variables, but the VHDL can still recognize it so far the characters in the order and in the name remain the same.

Verilog and VHDL are description languages for hardware which are used in writing programs for
VHDL is the more complex of the two, but it is easier to learn Verilog simply because the C programming language is popular. Verilog makes use of data types that are simple, but the VHDL gives a chance to create data types that are more complex and complicated. Just like Verilog also, VHDL lacks software programming languages' library management.

 

N. Kingsley

N. Kingsley, Writer, Columbus

Answered Sep 10, 2019

Verilog and VHDL are hardware description languages which are used to write programs for electronic chips. These languages are utilized in electronic devices that do not share a computer’s basic construction. VHDL is older than Verilog, and because Verilog is relatively recent, it follows the coding methods of the C programming language. Verilog is case sensitive and would not understand a variable if the argument is used and is not uniform with what it was previously.

Verilog and VHDL are hardware description languages which are used to write programs for electronic
VHDL is not case sensitive, and the user can change the case, the characters in the name and the order stays the same. Verilog is easier to learn than VHDL. VHDL has the benefit of having more ideas which aid in high-level modeling, and it indicates the operation of the device being programmed. Verilog lacks the library control of software programming languages. Verilog is rooted in C, while VHDL is built on Pascal and Ada.

 

Samantha Stewart

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Samantha Stewart, Philanthropist, Post Graduate, Corpus Christi

Answered Aug 22, 2019

If you have ever wanted to create codes on the computer, then you may want to begin with some easier or beginner languages for the computer. The two best beginner languages to use are the Verilog and the VHDL. These are both known for beginners, but there are some subtle differences between the two languages. Verilog is known for being typed weakly.

If you have ever wanted to create codes on the computer, then you may want to begin with some
This means that you can write mistaken or wrong codes. On the other hand, VHDL is typed strongly and it makes it difficult for you to make mistakes. If you want to do a lot of typing, then you should choose VHDL because it makes you type a lot compared to Verilog. If you know the software language C, then you should use Verilog.

 

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