When one has read a beginner/introduction book of VHDL what is a good second book to read?

And where to go next?


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What I need is some kind of roadmap how to learn more VHDL.

How did you all get so good in this field of work, a lot of hard work (of cause)?


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Repeating myself "Doug Smith", look him up for both VHDL & Verilog.

google groups for vhdl books, use amazon engine

thats what search engines are for

There must be other pure VHDL books too but I can't say.

Cohen IIRC, and maybe Palniker (verilog but think he did VHDL follow on). More and more authors seem to do both languages now, either same time or follow with 2nd edition.

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