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  1. Hey all. i am a novice user of SystemC, and couldn't find an answer to the following question? ive noticed that when ever i tried using SC_CTHREAD(proc_name, clk.pos()) -> the simulation time was increased significantly (to a level where it appeared to be stuck). what is the right use of SC_CTHREAD so that it doesnt jam the simulation? i am adding an example of what i did: SC_CTHREAD(monitor_intr_in, clk.pos()); ... void TMG_helper::monitor_intr_in() { while(true) { cout << "i am here" << endl; } } thank yo
  2. I am trying to model a direct mapped cache and there is main memory module which is an SC_CTHREAD and main memory state machine which also SC_CTHREAD. I am experiencing one clock cycle delay when I write to an output from main memory and read it from main memory state machine. But i thought i could read in the same clock cycle isnt it true?
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