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This is an instruction set simulator (ISS), which can run machine-code binary instruction!Anyone with some programming experience can (hopefully) follow this tutorial that explains how it all works, and how to code-it-yourself!
By the way, you should use actual hex numbers and some form of number encoding.
@programmeruser is there a reason or is this just standard practice? I'm not formally educated on this and I figured most of it out on my own so I'm curious to hear what you think the right way is!
@RyanYanko most binary things are handled in hex, not just strings of 1s and 0s. And you need a number encoding system since some numbers can't fit in one or a few nunbers.
Thanks for the tip, @programmeruser! I had noticed that opcode table usually used hex, but I liked binary. I'll try a hex version!