Verilog basic data types
Integer: Verilog supports signed and unsigned integer data types ranging from 8 to 32 bits. Integers are used to represent whole numbers.
Real: Verilog includes real data types to represent fractional values. Real numbers are commonly expressed in scientific notation.
Time: Verilog provides time data types to represent time values. These types are used to specify delays or timing constraints within a design.
Reg: Verilog employs reg data types to store values until they are updated or changed.
Net: Verilog uses net data types, which are continuously driven by combinational logic. They facilitate the interconnection of various components in a circuit.
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