Functions are as follows

- 0 - A OR B
- 1 - A AND B
- 2 - A XOR B
- 3 - A + B
- 4 - A NOR B
- 5 - A NAND B
- 6 - A XNOR B
- 7 - NOT (A + B)
- 8 - A == B
- 9 - A > B
- A - A < B
- B - 0
- C - A != B
- D - A <= B
- E - A >= B
- F - 255

Now all I need to do is make a computer for it...

Functions:

0 - A OR B

1 - A AND B

2 - A XOR B

3 - A + B

4 - A NOR B

5 - A NAND B

6 - A XNOR B

7 - !(A + B)

8 - A = B

9 - A > B

a - A < B

b - 0

c - A != B

d - A <= B

e - A >= B

1 - A AND B

2 - A XOR B

3 - A + B

4 - A NOR B

5 - A NAND B

6 - A XNOR B

7 - !(A + B)

8 - A = B

9 - A > B

a - A < B

b - 0

c - A != B

d - A <= B

e - A >= B

f - 1

new: https://circuitverse.org/users/78044/projects/nalu-150

NALU (Nou Arithmetic Logic Unit) Is a ALU that does stuff.

Based off: JCU (in tags)

functions:

0:compare

1:logic

(slots A and B are free function stuff, must have an input and an output of 2 bits, but can have as many outputs as you want connected to it.)

slot functions:

10:slot a

11:slot b