Re: What's the meaning of 'assert' and 'deassert' ?

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Given the copious context you've provided, this is just a guess:

   assert:  set a signal to its "active" state.

 deassert:  set a signal to its "inactive state.

If a signal is active-low, "asserting" that signal means
setting it low and deasserting it means setting it high.

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Re: What's the meaning of 'assert' and 'deassert' ?
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