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With is the not equal in Verilog and what is an example using it?

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The not equal operator in Verilog is !=

assign non_in_idle = state != idle;

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(!=) This is the sign for not equal. Useful for conditional statements in Verilog coding. There are two kinds of equality, one for logical statements and one for conditional statements. For conditional statements (!==) will be used.

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