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23 Authorized licensed use limited to: University of Allahabad. Downloaded on January 22,2011 at 19:22:22 UTC from IEEE Xplore. Restrictions apply. 5 Comments PSL provides the ability to add comments to PSL specifications. For each flavor, the comment capability is consistent with that provided by the corresponding HDL environment. For the SystemC, SystemVerilog, and Verilog flavors, both the block comment style (/* .... */) and the trailing comment style (// ....
For the GDL flavor, both the block comment style (/* .... */) and the trailing comment style (-- ....
For example: Sequence_Declaration ::= sequence Name [ ( Formal_Parameter_List ) ] DEF_SYM Sequence ; indicates that ( Formal_Parameter_List ) is an optional syntax item for Sequence_Declaration, whereas | Sequence [* [ Range ] ] indicates that (the outer) square brackets are part of the syntax, while Range is optional. f) 24 Braces enclose a repeated item unless they appear in boldface, in which case they stand for themselves. A repeated item may appear zero or more times; the repetition is equivalent to that given by a left-recursive rule.