An 8-bit CPU made of logic gates!
Here is a mini project, a processor made in an external circuit simulator.
It only supports 4 instructions at the moment, so the only thing it can really do is add two constants together and display it.
Oh no, did @CSharpIsGud finally make a simple project?!
Sadly no, once you take a look at it you will see why I decided to post so early rather than keep working on it longer.
Right now it has a simple program to add 4 + 4 and display it, but you can probably somehow manage to enter your own (the ROM chip) and then have it run that when you toggle the reset input.
I'll make a V2 later on with more instructions and better laid out, since I knew nothing of circuits until now.
(Also you can press F to go into full screen mode)
what is this? @CSharpIsGud
Also, if you are free, do you want to chat soon?
I want to ask you if you can teach me C++ properly, cause lots of people hate it like fuzzy and I want to know your opinion on it, and you are very experienced in C++ so if you teach me I will probably learn better.
Also, I have some personal questions to ask you... Like based on personal things you told me (about your teachings and all that)
I was getting into circuits for a project I and @realTronsi were going to do together.
This stuff really grabs my attention. Not only do you have to understand computer logic, but you also have to actually create your own logic as to what you want to have happen.
Very interesting. I too will be in your place, perhaps very soon.