Minecraft name: Piper_redstone
What do you like the most about redstone?: It’s very interesting seeing how digital logic can be implemented in a video game.
What’s a thing you have made which demonstrates redstone knowledge?: I have built an ALU.
What does the thing do?: It can perform any logic function as well as addition and subtraction.
Image(s) and/or video(s) of the device: In the replies to this topic.
What did you make as your trial build?: The ALU
What is the warp for your trial build?: /warp piper_redstone_trial
Do you agree with the rules?: Yes, of course
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Elaborate on what operations your ALU can perform. Mainly looking for the list of logic operations.
It can perform any two-bit logic function. and, or, not a, not b, xor, xnor, const a, const b, implies, nimplies, true, false, all of them. During the the building Someone did show me the more “minecraft” way to do this. Instead of two LUTs, you could use an adder with invert A, invert B, an or line (which inhibits the xor in the first half adder), and a flood carry line to achieve most operations.
This application has been accepted! Whenever both you and a staff member are free, feel free to ask them for a trial. You are able to try again after failing and waiting 24 hours. It is always recommended to do a practice trial with another member before starting your real one and to practice the questions found at ORE Binary Quiz to help prepare for some of the trial questions.
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