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Hexadecimal object file format is a way of representing an absolute binary object file in ASCII. It is commonly used for programming microcontrollers, EPROMs, and other types of programmable logic devices.

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Can VHDL read binary files i.e non text files?

I have a binary file which represents memory contents of a memory device. I want to load these into my testbench. The hex file obviously is not text file thus no concept of line break and carriage ...