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# Operators in Verilog

Operators in Verilog form the backbone of computational and logical functions within digital designs. They enable the manipulation, computation, and logical assessment of signals and variables, shaping the behavior and functionality of hardware models.

This section delves into the diverse spectrum of operators, their functionalities, and best practices for their effective application within Verilog designs.

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## Operators in Verilog

Operators in Verilog are fundamental symbols that facilitate mathematical computations, logical evaluations, and bit-level manipulations within digital designs. Categorized into different types, these operators play a pivotal role in defining the behavior and functionality of hardware models.

There are six types of operators in Verilog. These are:

1. Arithmetic Operators: Used for mathematical computations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and modulus.
2. Relational Operators: Facilitate comparisons between values, including equality, inequality, greater than, less than, and their respective combinations.
3. Equality Operators :
4. Logical Operators: Manage logical operations like AND, OR, and NOT, aiding in conditional evaluations.
5. Bitwise Operators: Handle bit-level operations such as AND, OR, XOR, and bit shifting.
6. Conditional Operator: Allows for conditional assignment based on a condition.
7. Concatenation Operator: Combines multiple values or signals into a single value or signal.

## Arithmetic Operators

Arithmetic operators in Verilog facilitate mathematical computations within digital designs. These operators enable the manipulation of numerical values, allowing for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and modulus operations.

``````module MultiBitArithmetic(
input [3:0] operand_A, // 4-bit input operand A
input [3:0] operand_B, // 4-bit input operand B
output reg [6:0] sum, // 7-bit output for sum
output reg [6:0] difference, // 7-bit output for difference
output reg [7:0] product, // 8-bit output for product
output reg [6:0] quotient, // 7-bit output for quotient
output reg [3:0] remainder // 4-bit output for remainder
);

// Arithmetic operations
always @( * ) begin
sum = operand_A + operand_B; // Addition
difference = operand_A - operand_B; // Subtraction
product = operand_A * operand_B; // Multiplication
quotient = operand_A / operand_B; // Division
remainder = operand_A % operand_B; // Modulus (Remainder)
end

// Displaying results
initial begin
\$display("Operand A: %b", operand_A);
\$display("Operand B: %b", operand_B);
\$display("Sum: %b", sum);
\$display("Difference: %b", difference);
\$display("Product: %b", product);
\$display("Quotient: %b", quotient);
\$display("Remainder: %b", remainder);
end

endmodule
``````

In this Verilog module:

• Arithmetic operators (`+`, `-`, `*`, `/`, `%`) are used to perform computations on input variables `operand_A` and operand_`B`.
• `sum`, `difference`, `product`, `quotient`, and `remainder` represent the results of corresponding arithmetic operations.

Arithmetic operators are essential for performing mathematical calculations within Verilog designs, enabling designers to model complex numerical computations required in digital systems.

## Relational operators

Relational operators in Verilog are used for comparing values and producing Boolean results based on the comparison. Relational operators in Verilog compare operands and return a Boolean value (`1` for true, `0` for false) based on the comparison.

List of Relational Operators

## Equality Operator

Equality operators in Verilog are used to compare values and determine equality between operands. Verilog provides four equality operators, including strict equality and non-strict equality, considering various states such as `x` (unknown) and `z` (high-impedance).

List of Equality Operators