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After Bought Minecraft, I'm planning to create a Programmable 4-bit Computer.

Just Finished Building ALU, So Here's my Progress Screenshots :

1. Op-Codes and Input A Sides

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    2. Input B and Output Sides
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    3. Addition And Substriction Switcher and Circuit Floors
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    4. Op-codes Decoder and XOR Floor
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    5. OR and AND Floors
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    Wow cool!
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    @Linux ikr, i am proud of myself
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    what mod do you use?

    PS: that's insane!!!!
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    @irene Project Red 2 on 1.12.2
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    @wowotek I thought it might be Project Red. BTW, did they port the Forth computer already?
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    @irene oops sorry, yea its supposed to be Project Red. No i don't think so, maybe not yet. But the Custom. IC is pretty useful tho
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    @wowotek ComputerCraft is just an interpreter. Computer from RedPower2 was a legit emulator of real microprocessor.
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    Make it run Minecraft
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    @dmoa see a 4 bit computer can add and subtract 4 bit numbers. A real computer usually runs 32 or 64 bit operations. Space is also limited. It's not impossible, but it's like saying "Make AI that won't destroy humanity" to a binary search algorithm.
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    @Mitiko I was joking lo
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    Did Eloraam port RP to 1.12 or did someone else port it?
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    @D3add3d I believe the author is MrTJP
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    @D3add3d someone else. Eloraam is pretty silent these days and don't develop RedPower2 anymore
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    Pretty impressive, looking forward to see more :D

    @iamavalos you can also tweak rtc2 to do an adder using rollercoasters haha
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    @irene AFAIK she is working on a standalone game based on RedPower.
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    @irene Oh she is not silent, she is working on her own game, tweeting quite often :)
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    Project Red (RedPower before) + ComputerCraft = infinite fun
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    @D3add3d but she does not develop RedPower2 anymore
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    Oh for fucks sake!

    I did the exacly same thing yesterday!

    Mine is 8 bit and it is more spread out so you can see what is happening.

    I recommend world edit for moving shit.
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    @irene @D3add3d
    It is a copy or port made by someone else, now mod is called Project Red

    The same had happened with EE
    it is called ProjectE
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    The mod that allows you to transmutate shit into other shit using emc values. (original fron 1.2.5)
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    @Gregozor2121 oh, the alchemy mod. Wasn't ever interested in it 😄
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    Yay!

    I tried a 16bit bus and it gave up when I realized just how large it would be. 😅
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    @Root did you use mods?
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    @wowotek Originally no. The wires and cable bundles from redpower (and fmp covers/bridges) would have miniaturized the circuitry immensely.
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    @Root of course, thats why i use Project Red, they have 4 sided I/O custom IC too which help a lot.
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    Nice use of mods.
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    Sheesh, where did you go after all this days 🤣 @Condor
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    @wowotek please don't mind me, I'm a bit late indeed 🙈
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    @Condor im nearly finishing this computer, need to add data buses and moving things around.
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    You got mad skills
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