Verilog: Frequently Asked Questions: Language, Applications and Extensions by Shivakumar S. Chonnad
Springer; 2004 edition | September 23, 2004 | English | ISBN: 0387228349 | 202 pages | PDF | 16 MB
The Verilog Hardware Description Language was first introduced in 1984. Over the 20 year history of Verilog, every Verilog engineer has developed his own personal “bag of tricks” for coding with Verilog. These tricks enable modeling or verifying designs more easily and more accurately. Developing this bag of tricks is often based on years of trial and error. Through experience, engineers learn that one specific coding style works best in some circumstances, while in another situation, a different coding style is best.