ovm_pair #(T1,T2)

Container holding handles to two objects whose types are specified by the type parameters, T1 and T2.

Summary
ovm_pair #(T1,T2)
Container holding handles to two objects whose types are specified by the type parameters, T1 and T2.
Methods
newCreates an instance of ovm_pair that holds a handle to two objects, as provided by the first two arguments.

new

function new (T1 f = null,
T2 s = null,
string name = "")

Creates an instance of ovm_pair that holds a handle to two objects, as provided by the first two arguments.  The optional name argument gives a name to the new pair object.

ovm_built_in_pair #(T1,T2)

Container holding two variables of built-in types (int, string, etc.).  The types are specified by the type parameters, T1 and T2.

Summary
ovm_built_in_pair #(T1,T2)
Container holding two variables of built-in types (int, string, etc.)
Class Hierarchy
ovm_built_in_pair#(T1,T2)
Class Declaration
class ovm_built_in_pair #(
   type T1 = int,
    T2 = T1
) extends ovm_transaction
Methods
newCreates an instance of ovm_pair that holds a handle to two elements, as provided by the first two arguments.

new

function new (T1 f,  
T2 s,  
string name = "")

Creates an instance of ovm_pair that holds a handle to two elements, as provided by the first two arguments.  The optional name argument gives a name to the new pair object.

function new (T1 f = null,
T2 s = null,
string name = "")
Creates an instance of ovm_pair that holds a handle to two objects, as provided by the first two arguments.
virtual class ovm_object extends ovm_void
The ovm_object class is the base class for all OVM data and hierarchical classes.
virtual class ovm_transaction extends ovm_object
The ovm_transaction class is the root base class for OVM transactions.
class ovm_built_in_pair #(type T1 = int,
 T2 = T1) extends ovm_transaction
Container holding two variables of built-in types (int, string, etc.)
function new (T1 f,  
T2 s,  
string name = "")
Creates an instance of ovm_pair that holds a handle to two elements, as provided by the first two arguments.