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  1. How to use sc_fifo vector

    Dear Sir, I am new to SystemC. Pl. advise how to access ex1[0] etc. in the following program: #include "systemc.h" #include <stdio.h> SC_MODULE(exfifo) { SC_CTOR(exfifo) { SC_METHOD(fifo_pop); sc_fifo<int> packet_fifo(5); } void fifo_pop(void) { int val; if ((ex1[0].packet_fifo).nbread(val)) cout << "\n hi \n"; WAIT(2, SC_NS); }   };     int sc_main(int argc, char* argv[]) { cout << "Maha Ganapatim Veera Nangai Gnanananda\n"; sc_vector<exfifo>("ex1", 4); sc_start(10, SC_NS); return 0; } Throwing ex1 undeclared identifier. Left side of packet_fifo must have class/struct/union Appreciate your help. If things are to be done differently, pl. indicate complete steps as I am a newbie. Thanks.
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