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object Interval extends NumObject

Factory and convenience methods for the Interval class IMPORTANT: The API provided here is experimental and may change in the future.

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Bits.scala
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  1. final def !=(arg0: Any): Boolean
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  2. final def ##(): Int
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  3. final def ==(arg0: Any): Boolean
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  4. def Lit(value: BigInt, range: IntervalRange): Interval
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    protected[chisel3]
  5. def Lit(value: BigInt, width: Width, binaryPoint: BinaryPoint): Interval
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    protected[chisel3]
  6. val MaxBitsBigIntToBigDecimal: Int
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    NumObject
  7. val MaxBitsBigIntToDouble: Int
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    NumObject
  8. def Zero(range: IntervalRange): Interval

    Creates an Interval zero that supports the given range Useful for creating a Interval register that has a desired number of bits

    Creates an Interval zero that supports the given range Useful for creating a Interval register that has a desired number of bits

    val myRegister = RegInit(Interval.Zero(r"[0,12]")
  9. def Zero: Interval

    Creates a Interval connected to a Interval literal with the value zero

  10. def apply(range: IntervalRange): Interval

    Create an Interval type with specified range.

    Create an Interval type with specified range.

    range

    defines the properties

  11. def apply(width: Width, binaryPoint: BinaryPoint): Interval

    Create an Interval type with specified width and binary point

  12. def apply(width: Width): Interval

    Create an Interval type with specified width.

  13. def apply(binaryPoint: BinaryPoint): Interval

    Create an Interval type with specified width.

  14. def apply(): Interval

    Create an Interval type with inferred width and binary point.

  15. final def asInstanceOf[T0]: T0
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  16. def clone(): AnyRef
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    protected[lang]
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  17. final def eq(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean
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  18. def equals(arg0: Any): Boolean
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  19. def finalize(): Unit
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  20. def fromBigDecimal(value: Double, dummy: PrivateType = PrivateObject, width: Width, binaryPoint: BinaryPoint): Interval

    Create an Interval literal with inferred width from Double.

    Create an Interval literal with inferred width from Double. Use PrivateObject to force users to specify width and binaryPoint by name

  21. def fromBigInt(value: BigInt, width: Width = Width(), binaryPoint: BinaryPoint = 0.BP): Interval

    Make an interval from this BigInt, the BigInt is treated as bits So lower binaryPoint number of bits will treated as mantissa

  22. def fromDouble(value: Double, dummy: PrivateType = PrivateObject, width: Width, binaryPoint: BinaryPoint): Interval

    Create an Interval literal with inferred width from Double.

    Create an Interval literal with inferred width from Double. Use PrivateObject to force users to specify width and binaryPoint by name

  23. final def getClass(): Class[_]
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  24. def getLargestLegalLit(range: IntervalRange): Option[Interval]

    This returns the largest Interval literal that can legally fit in range, if possible If the upper bound or binary point is not known then return None

    This returns the largest Interval literal that can legally fit in range, if possible If the upper bound or binary point is not known then return None

    range

    use to figure low number

  25. def getSmallestLegalLit(range: IntervalRange): Option[Interval]

    This returns the smallest Interval literal that can legally fit in range, if possible If the lower bound or binary point is not known then return None

    This returns the smallest Interval literal that can legally fit in range, if possible If the lower bound or binary point is not known then return None

    range

    use to figure low number

  26. def hashCode(): Int
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  27. final def isInstanceOf[T0]: Boolean
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  28. final def ne(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean
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  29. final def notify(): Unit
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  30. final def notifyAll(): Unit
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  31. final def synchronized[T0](arg0: ⇒ T0): T0
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  32. def toBigDecimal(value: BigInt, binaryPoint: BinaryPoint): BigDecimal

    converts a bigInt with the given binaryPoint into the BigDecimal representation

    converts a bigInt with the given binaryPoint into the BigDecimal representation

    value

    a bigint

    binaryPoint

    the implied binaryPoint of @i

    Definition Classes
    NumObject
  33. def toBigDecimal(value: BigInt, binaryPoint: Int): BigDecimal

    converts a bigInt with the given binaryPoint into the BigDecimal representation

    converts a bigInt with the given binaryPoint into the BigDecimal representation

    value

    a bigint

    binaryPoint

    the implied binaryPoint of @i

    Definition Classes
    NumObject
  34. def toBigInt(value: BigDecimal, binaryPoint: BinaryPoint): BigInt

    How to create a bigint from a big decimal with a specific binaryPoint

    How to create a bigint from a big decimal with a specific binaryPoint

    value

    a BigDecimal value

    binaryPoint

    a binaryPoint that you would like to use

    Definition Classes
    NumObject
  35. def toBigInt(x: BigDecimal, binaryPoint: Int): BigInt

    How to create a bigint from a big decimal with a specific binaryPoint (int)

    How to create a bigint from a big decimal with a specific binaryPoint (int)

    x

    a BigDecimal value

    binaryPoint

    a binaryPoint that you would like to use

    Definition Classes
    NumObject
  36. def toBigInt(x: Double, binaryPoint: BinaryPoint): BigInt

    How to create a bigint from a big decimal with a specific binaryPoint

    How to create a bigint from a big decimal with a specific binaryPoint

    x

    a BigDecimal value

    binaryPoint

    a binaryPoint that you would like to use

    Definition Classes
    NumObject
  37. def toBigInt(x: Double, binaryPoint: Int): BigInt

    How to create a bigint from a double with a specific binaryPoint

    How to create a bigint from a double with a specific binaryPoint

    x

    a double value

    binaryPoint

    a binaryPoint that you would like to use

    Definition Classes
    NumObject
  38. def toDouble(value: BigInt, binaryPoint: BinaryPoint): Double

    converts a bigInt with the given binaryPoint into the double representation

    converts a bigInt with the given binaryPoint into the double representation

    value

    a bigint

    binaryPoint

    the implied binaryPoint of @i

    Definition Classes
    NumObject
  39. def toDouble(i: BigInt, binaryPoint: Int): Double

    converts a bigInt with the given binaryPoint into the double representation

    converts a bigInt with the given binaryPoint into the double representation

    i

    a bigint

    binaryPoint

    the implied binaryPoint of @i

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    NumObject
  40. def toString(): String
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  41. final def wait(): Unit
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  42. final def wait(arg0: Long, arg1: Int): Unit
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  43. final def wait(arg0: Long): Unit
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  44. object Implicits

    Contains the implicit classes used to provide the .I methods to create intervals from the standard numberic types.

    Contains the implicit classes used to provide the .I methods to create intervals from the standard numberic types.

    val x = 7.I
    val y = 7.5.I(4.BP)

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