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16 Bit Redstone Calculator w/ Piston Display

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Mrbojangles217's Avatar Mrbojangles217
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This was created in my test world by myself with the use of too many items and sp commands. Its a pretty simple calculator that consists of a few parts. The binary inputs (32 of them) go into rsnor latches (grey wool) which remember the input until the reset button is pressed, then the signal passes through xnor gates (light green) being used as a multiplexer, this is so that when the lever next to that is switched the b inputs are inverted for subtraction, then there is the 3 wide adders in orange and finally the input goes through the binary to hexadecimal to 7 segment decoders. In front of the decoders is some red wool vertical and gates, that's for the power switch to the display. Then the display itself uses pistons instead of torches. Its capable of adding up to 65000 something in hexadecimal, and doing subtraction, but no negative numbers yet. It still needs a control panel, but I was too lazy to make one! Big thanks to scjoiner on youtube for the idea of compacting this design down like this! And yes the display is hexadecimal, it is just too much of a hassle to do it in normal decimal on this scale! If you are unfamiliar with hex, search google for how to read it, you'll be glad you did! I placed signs around to help you operate it, any questions, just ask! Cheers!
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DUBCRAFT123
06/11/2012 1:17 am
Level 9 : Apprentice Creeper Hugger
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Can i Make It a Litlle Bit better?
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Mrbojangles217
01/08/2013 11:04 pm
Level 26 : Expert Dragonborn
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LOL, sorry for taking 7 months to reply. I kind of gave up minecraft for school and am just getting back. Yeah most of my stuff was broken AGESSS ago, do whatever you like with it!
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MasterSwe
05/07/2012 4:33 pm
Level 55 : Grandmaster Engineer
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Decimal input and I will give a diamond. Simple addition is easy.
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Mrbojangles217
05/07/2012 11:47 pm
Level 26 : Expert Dragonborn
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Haha, I agree, hexadecimal is definitely more practical. I did do a pretty big16 bit decimal calculator as well, but unfortunately a large percentage of my redstone projects are pretty outdated (including that one) and broken by game changes, as they were done in pre release.
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MasterSwe
05/08/2012 8:38 am
Level 55 : Grandmaster Engineer
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That sucks :/
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baibro
04/20/2012 5:56 pm
Level 37 : Artisan Pixel Painter
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i saw something like this on a gaming tv show
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crafter4ever
03/08/2012 8:34 pm
Level 52 : Grandmaster Blob
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Download ain't working right, I hope it's ok if I am downloading this to learn how to make it myself, I just got into advanced redstone like this and I want to better impress my friends, check out my stuff if ya like :D
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crafter4ever
03/08/2012 8:35 pm
Level 52 : Grandmaster Blob
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Nvrmind I got it to download
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Mrbojangles217
03/24/2012 11:37 pm
Level 26 : Expert Dragonborn
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Just an FYI. A lot of my designs have been broken by recent minecraft updates as they were made long ago and redstone has changed since then. They are still a good learning tool though.
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MasterSwe
11/15/2011 7:57 am
Level 55 : Grandmaster Engineer
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