@MaheshNarayan.Nadimpalli: (and I'm not going to typw tha tis more than once :-) Re books, there are all sorts out there -- one I woudl suggest is written by Mike Field -- it's a free intro to VHDL -- it's based aroudn the low-cost Papilio FPGA board -- the best thing is tha tMike's book is free -- mike is known as "Hamster" -- if you go to www.AllProgrammablePlanet.com and search for "Hamster" you'll see a column tha tgives details about thsi book
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