Arrays represent a very important data structure in VHDL because they represent busses, registers, and memories. The language provides several rules regarding the manipulation of arrays. This section addresses many of those issues, including array operations, array initialization, use of constrained and unconstrained arrays, and mapping of arrays of different sizes. The application of arrays in synthesis is also addressed.


Dimensional Array Array Type Multidimensional Array Array Initialization Implicit Operation 
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