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32-Bit Calculator

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CF_Craft avatar CF_Craft
Level 27 : Expert Crafter
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Hello community,


The project shown here is a 32-bit calculator. The building has huge dimensions of 405W x 420L x 156H.
The construction period was 1 year.

features:
- addition
- subtraction
- multiplication
- division

The input of numbers works Decimal, the display shows the numbers also decimal.

Important:
- Play On Peaceful
- Setting sight on 30-32 chunks (For the complete calculator is loaded)


The current state of development is ALPHA, what the calculator means still errors could have.
Common errors are: Calculations are taking currently far.


Feedback, suggestions and improvements are gladly welcome.
Questions about the calculator simply write in the comments, I'll try to answer each.
Progress100% complete
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Version 0.7 ALPHA : by CF_Craft 11/05/2015 5:02:41 amNov 5th, 2015

  • Adder / subtractor optimized
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08/18/2016 12:58 pm
Level 58 : Grandmaster Architect
Bluecolty
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Amazing, the complexity of the circuit is absolutely astonishing! Excellent work man!
1
08/23/2016 2:39 pm
Level 27 : Expert Crafter
CF_Craft
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It can be hardly believe what is possible with Redstone and then even with this complexity.
1
04/10/2016 9:44 pm
Level 17 : Journeyman Engineer
davidvce
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amazing
1
09/03/2015 12:18 pm
Level 57 : Grandmaster Geek
sonofdad123
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i don't know why, but i love the fact that there are little yellow flowers outside of the control room. that aside, this is an impressive project!
1
09/03/2015 1:24 pm
Level 27 : Expert Crafter
CF_Craft
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The small details make it out :-)
1
08/31/2015 6:11 am
Level 8 : Apprentice Explorer
Nelca
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That is really cool.
1
08/31/2015 6:32 am
Level 27 : Expert Crafter
CF_Craft
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Thanks
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08/30/2015 1:08 pm
Level 54 : Grandmaster Lava Rider
eagoy
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Darn that thing is big. Ever thought about color coding your lines for keeping track of different parts of your machine?

Other than that, this is far out of mine rusting redstone skills. Well done!
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08/30/2015 1:43 pm
Level 27 : Expert Crafter
CF_Craft
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The parts of the calculator were constructed separately and then assembled. Then you need almost no color decoding. It takes a couple of Redstone skills to work without color coding :-)
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08/30/2015 1:55 pm
Level 54 : Grandmaster Lava Rider
eagoy
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Certain true in that. But what about debugging the system or coming back on a later date. Even though you made it, it can be easier to get into the system on a later date with color coding. Anyway in the end it's up to you what you do.
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