I really like redstone CPUs and really want to make my own.
I made Indefinitely Stackable Programmable Combination Lock (ISPCL). ISPCL is a redstone combination lock that can be programmer by user on the control pane, that can be infinitely expanded, that is non-directional, that is non-locational, that is compatible with 1.5.2 and that will work at the same speed no matter how much you expand it. More Info about ISPCL Here: Discord.
Synced 8-Bit ALU (Can do Addition, Subtraction, Calculate if Output is 0, Calculate if Output is Negative and Outputs c-out).
Yes, I agree to all the rules.
Can the ALU perform bitwise logic?
No it can just do addition and subtraction and check a few things listed above.
You’ll need one that can perform bitwise ops
xor, and, or, nor, nand, xnor
I added some bitwise logic into the alu it is little bigger but i think it is ok
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