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.
For the best experience set the clock speed to as low as you can.
This is a work in progress computer.
Make sure before using the computer click the reset button. Now the computer should be primed and ready. You can use different programs by connecting the EEPROMs in the program socket where the red arrows are pointing then set "turn on" to 1.
Description of programs:
is 4 equal to 4: This displays a one on the hex display because 4 is indeed equal to 4 and 1 basically means true to a computer.
write a number: This displays on the hex display whatever number is being inputted on the "input a number" stepper.
jump showcase: This uses the jump command to turn on and off the hex display in an infinite loop.
blank: This is an empty EEPROM, if you want to, copy paste it then write some code with the coding interface on it and plug it into the socket. Make sure not to just code random gibberish as this may cause the cpu to have an error.