flyingmonkeys1996 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 22 07:03:27 BST 2019
On Sun, Apr 21, 2019 at 10:55 PM Daniel Benusovich
<flyingmonkeys1996 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > encoder is a one-out, therefore can be used as an index into the write_array?
> > the for-loop generates N Case statements equal to i, therefore it's:
> > * if self.encoder.o == 1 write_port == self.write_port
> > * if self.encoder.o == 2 write_port == self.write_port
> > * if self.encoder.o == 3 write_port == self.write_port
> > ....
> > ....
> > might as well just be:
> > write_port = self.write_array[self.encoder.o]
> I kept getting some ArrayProxy value out of the array whenever I tried
> this. I do not know why.
Looks like this was the problem
> asdf = Array(Memory(4,4) for x in range(4))
When you call a function directly on the arrayproxy it fails with the
> builtins.TypeError: 'ArrayProxy' object is not callable
But you are able to call elements out of the ArrayProxy just fine. Weird
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