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Error (10219): Verilog HDL Continuous Assignment error at Mux.v(19): object "muxout" on left-hand side of assignment must have a net type

I want to make Frequency Divider with Counter and MUX.

I make 3 module for project

// 4-bit Counter

module Counter (input clk, input reset, output reg[3:0] out);

   [email protected](posedge clk or posedge reset)
   begin
      if(reset)
         out = 4'b0000; 
      else
      begin
         if(clk)
            if(out < 4'b1111)
            out = out + 4'b0001;
            else
            out = 4'b0000;
      end
   end


endmodule

//module 4by1 Mux

module Mux (input [3:0] muxin , input [1:0] sel, output reg muxout);


   function _4by1mux;

      input [3:0] muxin;
      input [1:0] sel;

      case (sel)
         2'b00 : _4by1mux = muxin[0];
         2'b01 : _4by1mux = muxin[1];
         2'b10 : _4by1mux = muxin[2];
         2'b11 : _4by1mux = muxin[3];
      endcase
   endfunction

   assign muxout = _4by1mux(muxin, sel);


endmodule

//module freqDivider

 module freqDivider(input clk, input reset, input [1:0] sel, output reg muxout);

   wire [3:0]counterbus;

   Counter ct1 (clk, reset, counterbus);
   Mux mux1 (counterbus, sel, muxout);

endmodule

module freqDivider is top, and I call module Counter and Mux

but module Mux has problem with

Error (10219): Verilog HDL Continuous Assignment error at Mux.v(19):
object "muxout" on left-hand side of assignment must have a net type

this error

ps. input sel will be changed by time

2个回答

    最佳答案
  1. The error is a result of the muxout output having type reg instead of type wire. In verilog, lines can have two overarching types, either nets (like wire type) or variables (like reg types). To assign values/logic to net types, you need to use assign statements and not always blocks. To assign values/logic to variable types, you can only use always blocks and not assign statements. So, you can either make your assign in the Mux module an always block or, for an easier solution, don't make the muxout output a reg, just leave out the reg keyword and it will be a wire.

  2. 参考答案2
  3. Error is that you have declared mux_out as reg type, instead of wire type. Default type of any port is wire. You are doing continuous assignment on that net through assign keyword. And on reg type nets, assignment can only be done inside procedural block (initial, always).

    Change to mux_out from output reg to output only.