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Meaning of NET "anodes<0>" LOC="P18";

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In Chapter 14 of Mike Field"s  "Introducing the Spartan 3E FPGA and

VHDL" the notation NET "anodes<0>" LOC="P18"; is used in the constraint file  I don't understand what this way of expressing a constraint means as opposed to NET switches(7) LOC = "P91" | IOSTANDARD=LVTTL; I've looked around and can't figure out what the "<>" indicate.

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In most versions of Xilinx ISE I've used, the notation "A<i>" in a User Constraint File means "bit i of bus A".  I think I've also used "A" in some versions, but in recent years I've always used "A<i>".

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