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Friday 25 November 2011

I've heard that VHDL is very inefficient for FPGAs. Is that true?

It might be. If the code in question was written with no thought for how the FPGA would implement the circuit, then it's entirely possible that it was inefficient. If the code is written with consideration of the FPGA resources available and the synthesis tool being used, then no, it's not inefficient.

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