Intel® High Level Synthesis Compiler Pro Edition: Reference Manual

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Date 3/28/2022
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4.1.1. Scalar Parameters

Each scalar parameter in your component results in an input conduit that is synchronized with the component start and busy signals.

The inputs are read into the component when the external system pulls the start signal high and the component keeps the busy signal low.

If your component has a return value, an output conduit that is synchronized to your component done signal is generated.

For an example of how to specify a scalar parameter and how it is read in by a component, see the a argument in Interface Definition Example: Component with Both Scalar and Pointer Arguments and Interface Definition Example: Component with Both Scalar and Pointer Arguments.

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