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ERROR:HDLParsers:3312 - E:\xilinx_webpack\bin\teloef/telleroef.vhd Line 42.
Undefined symbol 'teller'.
ERROR:HDLParsers:162 - E:\xilinx_webpack\bin\teloef/telleroef.vhd Line 76.
Read symbol PROCESS, expecting IF.
ERROR:HDLParsers:162 - E:\xilinx_webpack\bin\teloef/telleroef.vhd Line 85.
Read symbol behavioral, expecting IF.

What does these errors mean??
I'm working on it but tommorow is must be done and working

Sun, 05 Sep 2004 02:54:14 GMT  

>ERROR:HDLParsers:3312 - E:\xilinx_webpack\bin\teloef/telleroef.vhd Line 42.
>Undefined symbol 'teller'.
>ERROR:HDLParsers:162 - E:\xilinx_webpack\bin\teloef/telleroef.vhd Line 76.
>Read symbol PROCESS, expecting IF.
>ERROR:HDLParsers:162 - E:\xilinx_webpack\bin\teloef/telleroef.vhd Line 85.
>Read symbol behavioral, expecting IF.

>What does these errors mean??

Line 42: Object Teller is never declared.
Line 76:  The process statement may not be correct.  However, fix line 42
I recommend tht you compile your code with a good compiler like ModelSim or
Most vendors give away the compiler (i.e., will compile and elaborate), but you
have to pay for the simulator.
Ben Cohen     Publisher, Trainer, Consultant    (310) 721-4830  

Author of following textbooks:
* Real Chip Design and Verification Using Verilog and VHDL, 2002 isbn
* Component Design by Example ",  2001 isbn  0-9705394-0-1
* VHDL Coding Styles and Methodologies, 2nd Edition, 1999 isbn 0-7923-8474-1
* VHDL Answers to Frequently Asked Questions, 2nd Edition, isbn 0-7923-8115

Sun, 05 Sep 2004 04:00:24 GMT  
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