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For the purpose of this tutorial, the following naming  conventions will be used:

 

  All VHDL keywords are shown in uppercase

 

  All identifiers are shown in lowercase

 

  The color highlighting used by Altera Quartus II has been used to enhance the readability of the VHDL code fragments

 

 

   In general, you should consult the style guide for your tools

 

  Most (if not all tools) provide a VHDL coding style guide with style recommendations

 

  Most companies implement a VHDL coding style to improve the readability of hardware designs

 

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