SystemVerilog - Learn Basics of SystemVerilog for Hardware Verification SystemVerilog is a hardware verification language used extensively in the semiconductor industry for designing and testing complex digital systems. It is an extension of Verilog HDL, and it provides a wide range of features to enable the efficient design and verification of complex hardware systems. This course is designed for those who are new to SystemVerilog and want to learn its basics for hardware verification. The course covers all the essential topics required to get started with SystemVerilog, including data types, operators, control structures, functions, tasks, and classes. The course begins by introducing the basics of SystemVerilog and its syntax. It then moves on to explain the various data types and operators used in SystemVerilog. You will learn about the different types of variables, constants, and literals in SystemVerilog, as well as the various arithmetic, logical, and comparison operators. Once you have a solid understanding of the data types and operators, the course will teach you about the control structures used in SystemVerilog. You will learn about the different types of loops and conditional statements used in SystemVerilog, along with their syntax and usage. After that, the course covers the important concepts of functions, tasks, and classes in SystemVerilog. You will learn how to create and use functions and tasks in SystemVerilog, as well as how to define and use classes. The course concludes with an introduction to SystemVerilog assertions, which are used to check the correctness of a design. You will learn about the different types of assertions and how to write them in SystemVerilog. Overall, this course is an excellent starting point for those who want to learn the basics of SystemVerilog for hardware verification. By the end of this course, you will have a good understanding of SystemVerilog syntax, data types, operators, control structures, functions, tasks, classes, and assertions. You will be well-prepared to use SystemVerilog for designing and testing complex digital systems.