What do you like the most about redstone?:
The same I love in programming, ability to create exciting things.
What’s a thing you have made which demonstrates redstone knowledge?:
8-bit CPU, RAM, and decimal display using Bristol University architecture
What does the thing do?:
Executes any program: compute fibonacci numbers, multiply integers, etc
Image(s) and/or video(s) of the device:
On this video the simple increment program is loaded
What do you plan on making for your build trial?:
Binary to BCD converter using double dabble technique
Do you agree with the rules?:
Binary to BCD as a trial build is not sufficiently advanced. The bar for trial builds is at or above the level of a 4 Bit ALU. Please respond with a new build if/when you decide on one.
I can do 4-bit ALU. What are the required operations for ALU? Alternatively, I could do several bytes of RAM.
Generally we expect the ALU to perform Addition, Subtraction, and Bitwise Operations (OR, NOR, AND, NAND, XOR, XNOR). Several bytes of RAM wouldn’t work as a trial build.
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.