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Altera_Forum
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Im using the Free version of 

Quartus II for the Cyclone and Max for CPLD 

 

I have a number of questions: 

 

I am working on an old CMOS controller chip I plan on using an obsolete DIP programmer 

(not programming into FPGA).  

In the Quartus V9.1 software how do I start the coding process, in the software? :confused: 

 

How do I code a Benchmark?:confused: 

 

More questions later thank you...
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