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Sep 3, 2011Posted in: Redstone Discussion and MechanismsQuote from ChurroV
That's not a stretch at all. That's exactly what logic gates are. An "And" gate is a conditional that goes something like this:
IF (input1 = on) and (input2 = on) THEN output = on
ELSE output = off
It's exactly conditionals. There's no stretch at all.
I see you're point as far as the logic behind the two disciplines, using logic gates WILL teach you the logic based fundamentals. But, claiming that redstone will teach you object oriented programming is just too farfetched.
Sep 3, 2011Posted in: Redstone Discussion and MechanismsQuote from Brotep
In addition, there is a relationship between logical operators for if-statements used in programming languages (and, or, nand, nor, not, etc.) and the logic gates used in redstone wiring as well as irl electronics. If you understand how one works, you have a sense of how the other works.
i agree with the rest, but comparing a conditional to an and gate is a bit of a stretch
EDIT: I think this got misinterpreted. To avoid more confusion, yes, from a logical standpoint you are absolutely correct.
Sep 3, 2011redstone design in minecraft will mostly teach you digital circuitry, and if you get deep enough in some machine coding. as far as teaching you modern object oriented programming.....no, not even close. that's not to say the basics you pick up here won't help you.Posted in: Redstone Discussion and Mechanisms
Sep 3, 2011jhart15467 posted a message on Make Lever (or any prolonged signal) Behave Like ButtonPosted in: Redstone Discussion and MechanismsQuote from ChurroV
You must be illiterate...which is weird, because you're clearly capable of writing. Don't know why you can't read if you can write.
it's so true....
Aug 20, 2011Posted in: Redstone Discussion and MechanismsQuote from lankher
a 4 bit counter goes up to 15, which has already been mentioned in this thread, so you don't actually need to link them together.
But a ring counter would probably be better to start off with since then you don't need a reset after 1010
i'd have to agree, the 4 bit counter is more complicated
Jul 22, 2011Posted in: Redstone Discussion and MechanismsQuote from He Is Alive...
i literally took my diagram i drew on my desk and transferred into minecraft, so it's a bit...uh...massive
Jul 21, 2011jhart15467 posted a message on 735 bit readable/writable piston powered hard driveerr looking at the writing head (i could be wrong) it looks like your punching in an entire row of 15 at a time....so each row is acting as a single bit resulting in like 49 bits....also how easily can i rig this to my adder/subtractor array and hook it to a 7 seg display? i only need like to store 10 bitsPosted in: Redstone Discussion and Mechanisms
Jul 21, 2011Posted in: Redstone Discussion and MechanismsQuote from CaduceusGUILT
But a TFF is not even used in the design we are talking about. You can add a TFF if you want, but it's not required. All we were trying to find was a trigger. We were not gawking at the fact the water took out the torch. If we wanted to, we could hook up the trigger to the TFF, and from that, connect a second input to a button inside. Don't you think that's a hundred times better than your button idea?
actually i do lol, the reason i brought up the TFF in the first place is that, well, using a torch as a trigger in this fashion doesn't see possible, is there a chance he was on a pressure plate?
EDIT: water should also wash away a button, so you could place it as the trigger...for the sake of argument and bumping the thread :smile.gif:
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