here is some development with my project :smile.gif:
that adder you see there is 32bit, although i am wanting to make it 512bit =o
that is a link to my other thread asking for assistance in the build!
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May 8, 2011 Posted in: Survival Mode
May 5, 2011 Posted in: Survival Mode
May 5, 2011for those who want to learn how to do this, learn this:Posted in: Survival Mode
then learn binary:
then go to http://logic.ly/demo, select the full adder, have a play, see how it works,
then learn this http://i52.tinypic.com/11wdpax.jpg
and then if you still dont get the hang of things, i may be of assistance :smile.gif:
i discovered how to make schematics though, i will be working on one soon,
and YES, this can handle negatives
May 5, 2011the schematic is a 1-bit adderPosted in: Survival Mode
you put permanent input into A or B or Cin and either S or Co will light up, the idea being
if A is on, B and Cin are off, it outputs S
if A+B is on and Cin is off, it outputs Co
if Cin + A is on, it outputs Co
its basically adding 1 and 1 to make 2
paste these together, when it outputs two, it outputs to Co which you link into the Cin of another duplicate one, and then you can count to 4!
put another in line and you can count to 8, so on up to 8 but which is 255, or 11111111 in binary.
my one simply adds the function to SUBTRACT! so you can put 1 and 1 in, it will output Co, set it to subtract and it will output 0 because it is doing 1 - 1
Think I figured it out it takes permanent inputs not pulsar
and is build in a cellular design
The inputs are also binary which is the same as the outputs
so all it does is add 2 binary systems together
So for standard counting such as how many times has x been pressed its useless.
you can get counter circuits, theyre just a series of RS-NOR lockouts, link those to a binary-to-denary converter and you have a counter, output to seven segment and enjoy the show
I am not sure how why a take away feature would be needed
the circuit is basically the heart of a calculator, its a wonder why it doesn't have multiply and divide, although those functions are very hard to implement
May 5, 2011Hello there!Posted in: Survival Mode
as you may know there is a schematic for a VERY compact full adder
and i have been using this to create a 512bit ALU, but then i realised i wanted subtract and so on, and this ALU didn't support it! so i set to work and made one!
although sadly i have no idea on how to make schematics, if someone were to link me to a walkthrough, or simply explain, i will make a schematic for this, but either way, this adder is fully capable of adding, subtracting, it is VERY compact, and can be copied/pasted side by side without any placement of extra redstone so you can just keep pasting until you have the desired size of ALU! genius!
May 5, 2011bugz000 posted a message on [Building/Testing] A Flat-grass Building/Testing World Mapold thread, sorry, but DAMN! i spent the past 3 days cuboiding out a MASSIVE area to fit a large ALU inside and got sick and tired of it, this map is PERFECT! thankyou!Posted in: Maps
May 3, 2011that is untrue as my previous 16 bit ALU must have covered over 100 chunks +, it ran far out of my view distance, and even the binary-to-denary converter worked fine and that spanned three, maybe four chunks at leastPosted in: Survival Mode
May 3, 2011hello there!Posted in: Survival Mode
as you all know, the scene for minecraft ALU's and so on is getting pretty big, and i was planning on making a 64 bit ALU, but sadly, it has been done. so i have decided to put a proposal out to people who want to help!
be under no illusion that i am asking people to do this for me, i am fully capable of creating this myself, it would just take me 20x as long to create as you will see by the specs of the machine i am going to make.
i am wanting to make a 512bit ALU (crazy eh? but simple, thats the easy part) with a seven segment display, and a numpad input, and yes, the decoder for this will be MASSIVE but thats what you need for a record breaking build!
also the ALU SHOULD be able to multiply, divide and subtract (with a little help from a friend who knows how to get multiplication and subtraction in an ALU) AND it will be able to go into the negatives
i have already made a 16bit ALU with a binary-to-denary converter without following any minecraft schematic, the ALU was from a real electronic schematic and the binary-to-denary was made as-i-went-along with no real plan, but it worked perfectly.
i was messing around in the server before and i managed to make a 310 bit ALU from copy/pasting boards of 16 bit ALUs with the Ci/Co circuit readymade on them so creating 512 should be a breeze, where i need help is running the redstone around, testing the ALU, and adding extra functions!
so if you know a bit about electronics, being able to read REAL LIFE schematics is a bonus (anyone can read a minecraft schematic and copy it) and ofcourse have a VOIP application (i'm not typing while im building, and neither should you), let me know, and ofcourse, thankyou for your time :3
Dec 26, 2010bugz000 posted a message on Yumacraft[Survival][Multiple Maps][PvE Server & PvP Server]IGN : Bugz000Posted in: Minecraft Survival Servers (archive)
Age : 17
Do you speak english : yes, i'm british
What is Tony's dog's name : wha?
What are yo skillz? Can said skillz pay the bills? : uh... i guess, im good at making cannons and redstone contraptions, also im good at server and computer creation, i host 5 classic servers and build computers on a regular basis
Do you agree to the rules? : ofcourse
Why you want to join: i have been on your server to test out latency etc and it is brilliant, i have spoken already to people on the server and they all sound like friendly and helpful players.
i haven't really been on an online beta server before so this is my first time, and i would like it to be a good first impression.
i am on minecraft most of the time and i really enjoy helping other people, i dont build much myself.
so in all, a good stable server, a good friendly player base, a good diverse game means i want to join :smile.gif:
Dec 24, 2010okay i tried SSS server, it works fine now i got SQL up and running, the only problem is that the top of the window only shows "Stormcom" and if i am to run many servers, ill get mixed up who's is whos D:Posted in: Server Support and Administration
any other suggestions for server sources?
Dec 24, 2010hello there,Posted in: Server Support and Administration
i am running MCLawl as my main server, but i am wanting to run multiple servers on my machine, now i have set it up so each server runs through a different port, i already have two running, one on MCsharp, one on MClawl, and am working on another which will be running on D3.
i have tried Minecraft+ and it worked perfectly, but i really need a server which supports both custom ranks and portals.
this includes D3 and MClawl
the D3 source is damn hard to work with and has no direct console input, you have to use IRC etc, its not good at all.
so i try to run MClawl twice, but it closes my main server and boots up another one :sad.gif:
can anyone tell me a way to boot MClawl twice or maybe suggest an equivalent which can be run more than once?
Dec 20, 2010hello there,Posted in: Alpha - SMP Servers
i'm just posting as a request for users to come into my server as i am wanting to find decent admins as i cant be here all the time, i do not request people to come on and beg, "giv mi admin plzzzzzzzzzzzz", i judge people myself and increace their rank accordingly
my server is a perfect starting server as the staff i have already are very helpful and the community i have are fun to be with, they enjoy building alongside you and do not get in your way, they know how to build ;D
just beware that the main map looks completely trashed at the moment because i had my record number of people come in from portugal and they decided to fill the sky with a layer of glass which meant lots of glass towers to reach the sky, i cant bring myself to destroy it though because they spent a whole day doing it xD
either way there's many other maps, including a cave map as i noticed people LOVE digging
now, although this is a fun server, i do not tolerate griefing. at all.
that includes building on other structures (ofcourse you can extend peoples structures in a constructive manner, but putting blocks all over the place isnt allowed.
ive noticed with every 10 people that join, at least 1 is a griefer, and i'm finding this hard to deal with, so far i have set a few guest maps for people, and the rest are all ranked up map, so beware
anything you build on the guest map WILL get griefed
either way, feel free to come along and build away, i'm usually around to see the chat, i just cant be online ingame all the time, and feel free to either tell me what you think ingame, or put a post down below telling me what you think i can improve on
ive already had a few peoples feedback on my server and they say they loved it, some come on every day without fail and say its their favorite because it dosent have so many people on it, my record is 28 people at once so far, average is 2-3 people at any given time.
the Server Status:
http://www.minecraft.net/play.jsp?serve ... aa7a7066d2
and that's the URL
enjoy and come along :3
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