In the first two parts of this video tutorial series, instructor Shawn Hymel discussed what an FPGA is and how to install apio and the open-source toolchain required to work with Lattice iCE40 FPGAs. In this third installment, Hymel demonstrates how to write simple continuous assignment statements in Verilog to create digital logic circuits, showing the user the step-by-step process in an easy-to-follow manner.
Hymel not only shows the lines of code as they are assigned, but also how they affect the FPGA as it is being constructed.
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