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doc: fix signal desc layout

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Sébastien Bourdeauducq authored February 10, 2013

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@@ -32,8 +32,7 @@ The main point of the signal object is that it is identified by its Python ID (a
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 The properties of a signal object are:
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-* An integer or a (integer, boolean) pair that defines the number of bits and whether the bit of higher index of the signal is a sign bit (i.e. the signal is signed). The defaults are one bit and unsigned.
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-Alternatively, the ``min`` and ``max`` parameters can be specified to define the range of the signal and determine its bit width and signedness. As with Python ranges, ``min`` is inclusive and defaults to 0, ``max`` is exclusive and defaults to 2.
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+* An integer or a (integer, boolean) pair that defines the number of bits and whether the bit of higher index of the signal is a sign bit (i.e. the signal is signed). The defaults are one bit and unsigned. Alternatively, the ``min`` and ``max`` parameters can be specified to define the range of the signal and determine its bit width and signedness. As with Python ranges, ``min`` is inclusive and defaults to 0, ``max`` is exclusive and defaults to 2.
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 * A name, used as a hint for the V*HDL back-end name mangler.
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 * A boolean "variable". If true, the signal will behave like a VHDL variable, or a Verilog reg that uses blocking assignment. This parameter only has an effect when the signal's value is modified in a synchronous statement.
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 * The signal's reset value. It must be an integer, and defaults to 0. When the signal's value is modified with a synchronous statement, the reset value is the initialization value of the associated register. When the signal is assigned to in a conditional combinatorial statement (``If`` or ``Case``), the reset value is the value that the signal has when no condition that causes the signal to be driven is verified. This enforces the absence of latches in designs. If the signal is permanently driven using a combinatorial statement, the reset value has no effect.

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