# STD_LOGIC_VECTOR to INTEGER VHDL

The problem is to find a modulo when a three digit number is divided by its last two digits. But the three digit number is received in a binary form. So I first want to change the binary form into integer form then use the mod operator.

• Maybe your signal definitions for divident_int (and others) should be defined as unsigned? If you convert a negative int (that starts with a MSB=1), it may be truncated to a value of 0? May 27, 2017 at 13:48
• Your process is only called once (no sensitivity list) and the value of "dividend_int" is only updated after reaching the WAIT statement. modcalc looks like a combinatorial entity (no clock). You don't need any process. Alternatively, you could use a variable for dividend_int, modulo_int and modulo_1 May 27, 2017 at 14:15

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The answer is given by TEMLIB. You have two options:

1) Make a triggered process, with the internal value as variables.

begin
process(divident)
variable divident_int : integer;
variable modulo_1_int : integer;
variable modulo_int : integer;
begin
divident_int := to_integer(unsigned(divident));
modulo_1_int := divident_int mod divis_1;
modulo_int := divident_int mod modulo_1_int;
modulo <= std_logic_vector(to_unsigned(modulo_int, modulo'length));
end process;
end architecture;


2) leave out the process (and keep the signals)

begin
divident_int <= to_integer(unsigned(divident));
modulo_1 <= divident_int mod divis_1;
modulo_int <= divident_int mod modulo_1;
modulo <= std_logic_vector(to_unsigned(modulo_int, modulo'length));
end architecture;