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WIP 2 Digit Keyboard Based Calculator

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**Author: **
Payton

**Project access type: **
Public

**Description: **

My WIP CalculatorCurrently It can only add or subtract two 2 digit numbersTo input an equation, click on the keyboard to select it, and type your equation, example: 9+4 or 9-4After this, wait for a few seconds and the answer should appear on the 3 7 segment displays on the very rightNow there are some things I would LOVE some help with if you could1. I need a way to convert 4 digit numbers into raw binarySo basically I need a way convert either the BCD format of, say, 9292 into a raw binary 9292OR I need a way to combine a raw binary 92 and another raw binary 92 into again a raw binary 9292I could multiply one of those sets by 100, but I dont know how to do that:( (might also need help with that...)2. For a larger memory, what bit size should I use per entry, and how can I make it know that a memory already has something stored and to use another oneAnd a problem with that, how can I make it know which memory addresses store the information it needs to use?Anyways, hopefully thats all for now, please if you can reply in the comments or something, as im a bit lost here:)Thanks!

**Created: **
Jan 30, 2019

**Updated: **
Apr 06, 2021

I cannot help much, but I can give advice. You can tell if something is wrong with your circuit if there is a red circuit line. Also, there is an adder located under “misc.” I also know how to convert binary to 7 segments (search Binary Calculator, look for my username)

EDIT 1: Just know that 1 character = 8 bits of binary... A decent calculator has 10 digits... Not sure if you have a main circuit... If you want to have button inputs, then you’ll need a sub circuit to multiply a previous number by ten and add the number inputted.

I have recently done a 2 bit, 4 bit and 8 bit adders, the last one with capability of subtracting in CA2.

Also I have done a 2 bit, 4 bit and 8 bit RAM of 2 registers and a 2bit and 4 bit comparators.

I was planning to make a simple computer but I have problems with the ALU designing because I'm not sure of how to implement the multiplication operation.

You may use them if you want.