I'm trying to program the write action for a register file. Basically I have 16 instances of a register file whose inputs are: enbl - the enable signal write_data - data to be written to register clk - clock and a single output, out, which is the value of the register. The problem I'm having is developing a decoder that will set the enbl signal of only a single register to 1 for writing to the register so only 1 register will be written at any given time. All 16 registers will be of the same register module. I am thinking of creating a decoder module that receives the number of the register to be written, and then outputs a 16-bit binary number (called enbl_sig) that will be all 0's except for a single 1 in which the digit place corresponds to the register number to be written. Therefore I can just send enbl, enbl... etc to each register instance. The register instance with enbl[.]=1 will be the one that will write the data to the register. Also, the received register number to write to will be received is a 4-bit hexadecimal number. Sorry if this sounds confusing, but I don't know how else I would be able to do it. Does anyone have any suggestions or perhaps an easier method to accomplish this? I don't need the exact code, just the method of taking a 4-bit hexadecimal number and then outputting the desired 16-bit binary number. Thanks again.