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What is the ^ symbol used for in Verilog?

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This is 'XOR'. It may be either unary or binary operator.

a ^ b - is a XOR b

^a - is a bit-wise XOR, the result is scalar single bit value that is XOR of all bits of the vector a.

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It is a reduction XOR operator. It performs bit-wise operation on an operand. Operand is a multibit vector and the output is a single bit after this operation is performed. It performs bit-wise XOR reduction on all bits of the input vector and returns a single bit.

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it's xor logic

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