Hello everyone. Today I had my first lab that actually used a digital circuit that I didn't have to hand wire with a **** load of wires and resistors. It was awesome, just draw a picture and boom u got ur circuit. But then I noticed you also could skip the drawing and hand code it! I didn't like Vhsl's syntax but i loved Verilogs because it reminded me of C, while VHSL is like gross perl! blah! But what i was wondering was what language should I focus on asm, vhsl or verilog, do you know what the market uses now? Also I know asmbely is used in my microproessor class but i don't have that until my jr.year, next year. But I wouldn't mind learning that either, is that also used? Thanks.