Verilog stands for Verification Logic. But is mostly used as Verilog HDL (Verification Logic Hardware Description Language)
There is not any fullform of verilog.Infact the whole word is called "Verilog HDL" which is "Verilog Hardware Description Language".
Verilog was created in 1984.
Verilog is a hardware description language. Its very purpose is to describe hardware in the form of a program. This program can be understood by the user and the system as well. By implementing the hardware as a code, it is easier to verify its functionality. Hence, to test hardware before it could actually be designed, we should use Verilog.
Verilog is a hardware description language used to model electronic systems.
The very basic reason is that Verilog is easy to learn than VHDL. The more important reason is that VHDL is a high level design and Verilog is low level. It means that, in Verilog, the user has got a flexibility of designing from the very basic level. As most of the errors can be rectified at very low level, Verilog is more reliable.
They are very much the same, except VHDL syntax is derived from Ada while Verilog syntax is derived from C. ==================================== moreover, VHDL is a system level language whereas verilog is a gate level (circuit level) language. Hence, verilog is easy to learn than VHDL.
Verilog is a hardware description language, also known as an HDL. It is most commonly used in the verification and design of digital circuits and the verification of mixed signal and analog circuits. Verilog is the first recognized hardware description language to be invented.
three types of modeling are their in verilog they are Gate level modeling Dataflow modeling or rlt level modeling behaviour modeling
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