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Quartus LPM_Compare Constant

KAshc
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I am migrating schematic designs from Quartus 9 MAX-II to Quartus 16 MAX-10. I am having to re-create (instantiate) all my LPM modules. On the LPM_Compare I used to have 1 input as constant. I see the option in the new Quartus 16 for this but where do I enter what the constant is? It was intuitive on the old Quartus 9 software.

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Vicky1
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Hi,

Check it under"General 2" Tab.

find attached screen shot.

 

Let me know if this has helped resolve the issue you are facing or if you need any further assistance.

 

Best Regards

Vikas Jathar 

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LPM_COMPARE.JPG

KAshc
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Quartus 16 doesn't have the wizard, or at least it doesn't seem to run. The only way I can change anything is to right>click and then edit the properties.

Is the wizard supposed to run on Quartus 16?

 

KAshc
Novice
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UPdate. I am downloading and installing 14.0. I read where the wizard was discontinued with 14.1 and 14.0 will support the MAX-10.....

Wish me luck!!!!!

 

KAshc
Novice
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ALL, New Update. by using the IP Catalog, instead of doing a double-click to add library modules, a wizard is utilized. Went back to Quartus 16 and now instantiate modules a lot easier now, plus I don't get those big obnoxious square graphic symbols.

 

Thanks

Vicky1
Employee
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Hi,

Are you able to use 1 input as a constant using IP Catalog in Q16?

 

Let me know if you need any further assistance.

 

Best Regards

Vikas Jathar 

(This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation)

 

KAshc
Novice
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Yes I did. Using the IP catalog brings up the wizard like I was used to in Quartus 9.

Keith

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