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This book describes a pragmatic approach to Aspect Oriented Programming using e. It's about using AOP in ways that will make readers' code easier to write, easier to use, easier to reuse, and in a way that helps to meet project schedules. It provides real examples of AOP in action, and includes guidelines on how to organize code so that it is easy to find important things again. This book explains what Aspect Orientation actually is, why readers would want to use it, and presents a methodology the author has developed on client projects that not only keeps verification teams out of trouble, but also allows them to become more productive. Many code samples are included, showing how Aspect-Oriented techniques can be used in real verification testbenches.* Easy and enjoyable to read;* Introduces and explains a complex topic using terms and examples that will be familiar to the target audience;* Takes a pragmatic approach to a complex subject...do it this way, because it works...* Will cause many daily coding problems to vanish and allow readers to focus on their real job of verifying hardware designs.
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