SKILL is a Lisp dialect used as a scripting language and PCell (parameterized cells) description language used in many EDA software suites by Cadence Design Systems (e.g. Cadence Allegro and Cadence Virtuoso). It was originally put forth in an IEEE paper in 1990.
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... Here are some examples of SKILL ... First, a basic “Hello world” println("Hello, world!") SKILL supports tail call optimization, if it is explicitly enabled ...
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