vhdl Extended identifiers

Example

VHDL extended identifiers are delimited by backslashes (`\`) and can contain letters, underscores, digits, spaces and other special characters (see the Language Reference Manual for a complete definition of special characters). The sequence of characters between backslashes can be reserved words of the VHDL language. Backslashes can be included in extended identifiers by doubling them (`\\`). Extended identifiers are case sensitive. Examples of (all different) extended identifiers:

``````\if\
\If\
\My Identifier\
\An \\ Identifier \\ With \\ Backslashes\
\&#@[]:.*\
\\$£§{}\
``````