Hi,I'm doing a Moore FSM, and the outputs are 7 bits buffers (declared as such: sum: out STD_LOGIC_VECTOR(6 down to 0); ) When writing the output logic, I wrote: when S2 => sum <= '0001010'; but that gives me an error for each of these instances. What would be the correct syntax for what I'm trying to do? Thanks!
sum <= "0001010" WHEN S2 = '1';Any number that uses more than 1 bit requires double quotes. If that is supposed to be a hex number (not clear but guessing it's binary), you would add an x (x"0001010").
--- Quote Start --- you would add an x (x"0001010") --- Quote End --- Since 'sum' is a 7-bit value and x"0001010" represents a 28-bit value (which wouldn't work), stick with sstrel's first solution. Cheers, Alex