My first project

16 Bit calculator that should be able to do most problems comprising of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division through coding it

Cant do negatives or decimals

Can be programmed to do a variety of things, and can output to either numerical display, or a graphical display(yes you can graph functions to an extent)

Old project from awhile ago that I stopped working on due to lack of ideas

A circuit that adds two 3-bit numbers using a half-adder and a full-adder.

A circuit that takes two decimal numbers A and B as input and then splits in into their corresponding three bits using a splitter and then calculates their summation using XOR, AND and OR gates. This generates 4 output lines for 4 bits of the summation, and a reversed splitter is finally used to join the output lines to produce a 4-bit output and displayed using a Hex-Display.

This is a ripple-carry adder.

A simple 8-bit full adder / substractor.

S will compute the result of A + B or A - B

Use 7 bit numbers in subtraction mode (at least for B, to prevent an overflow).

My first project on this site!

this 4 bit adder is fully decimal, that means the number you input is decimal and the answer will also be in decimal.

The circuit consists of a decimal-to-binary converter, an 4 bit adder and a binary-to-decimal converter.

The circuit is made without sub-circuits.

To use the adder, click any number you want on the left and right side of the plus. The answer will appear on the right side, in decimal and binary.

This is a work in progress computer.

**Instructions on use: **

Make sure you set the clock speed to 50. First connect the desired EEPROM into the program socket. The double click the reset button on the user interface panel. Finally, turn it on using the on button.

**Description of EEPROMS(more will be added soon):**

Blank: This is a blank slate that you can code on.

Jump Showcase: This uses the jump command to turn on and off the hex display in an infinite loop

Display Stepper: This detects whatever is being inputted on the input stepper and displays it on the hex display.