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      11-18-2009
Hi all,

I have a std_logic_vector, 'D' thats 88 bits wide. I want to be able to select any 18 contiguous bits, 'B', from this vector using a signal 'S'. For example, when S = 0, select B <= D(17 downto 0), when S = 1, select B <= D(18 downto 1),..., when S = 70, select B <= D(87 downto 70).

Instead of writing out these 71 lines, is there a way I can do something like this:

B <= D(S+17 downto S) in order to dynamically access a subrange of a vector?

Thanks,

Sean
 
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