What do you like about redstone?
I enjoy learning real life computer science inside a videogame.
What’s a thing you have made which demonstrates redstone knowledge?:
Here I have made an 8 bit CCA ALU. I know it is nothing revolutionary but I think it is pretty cool. I started with someone's CCA adder and added on all of the logical components needed to make it into an ALU. Then I added a cool display.
What does the thing do?:
My understanding is that this is part of the front end of a CPU. I think, (could be wrong), in a real CPU the ALU receives commands from a CU, fetches data from some sort of memory/cache, then sends the new information into an encoder or something. The ALU carries out simple logical commands in binary.
As seen in the image below. There is a display for the A input, B input, and C = output. Using an encoder there is a selection panel to choose from many logical functions, i.e. addition, subtraction, inversion, L/R-shift, AND, OR, XOR, and others.
Image(s) and/or video(s) of the device:
As a new user I am only allowed to upload 1 image per post.
What did you make as your trial build?:
8 bit CCA ALU with a cool display
What is the warp for your trial build?:
Do you agree with the rules?:
Binary Quiz Certificate
Completed by NotAleks_ in 10m14.210s on 10/7/2023, 12:50 UTC.
96.15% accuracy with 1/26 answers given incorrectly.