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  1. Hi, I came across the ConnectPorts between TDF and Discrete domain models..... In this case for the discrete domain is intended a System-C model, therefore, we go from classes to classes. The question I have is: How to connect in an efficient way a sc_signal<double> with a variable of type double? sc_signal<double> myscd; double myvar; having the above defined, what is a good way to do (a made up code): assign myscd = myvar; and assign myvar = myscd; I usually have to use the .read() and .write() methods but how can I achieve a permanent assignment? assuming that all that I want to do is manipulate simple variables. The same would apply to other data types (int, logic etc....)
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