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Adding Multiplying signed to unsigned binary numbers in verilog

How can I multiply a signed number to unsigned number in verilog for example:

a = 6'b111111 ; //which is means -1 as it is signed b

b = 6'b111111 ; //which is means 63 as it is unsigned

I want the result be -63 which is 1000001 which is signed number

Adding signed to unsigned binary numbers in verilog

How can I multiply a signed number to unsigned number in verilog for example:

a = 6'b111111 ; //which is means -1 as it is signed b = 6'b111111 ; //which is means 63 as it is unsigned

I want the result be -63 which is 1000001 which is signed number

Multiplying signed to unsigned binary numbers in verilog

How can I multiply a signed number to unsigned number in verilog for example:

a = 6'b111111 ; //which is means -1 as it is signed

b = 6'b111111 ; //which is means 63 as it is unsigned

I want the result be -63 which is 1000001 which is signed number

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Adding signed to unsigned binary numbers in verilog

How can I multiply a signed number to unsigned number in verilog for example:

a = 6'b111111 ; //which is means -1 as it is signed b = 6'b111111 ; //which is means 63 as it is unsigned

I want the result be -63 which is 1000001 which is signed number