boss_maximov
boss_maximov
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15th Nov 2020
13th February
Upgraded not in quality, but in quantity.
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Comments

  • RaconTPT
    RaconTPT
    4th April
    the 16 switches in the bottom left do the actual counting. When BRAY is sent allong 2 sides of the switch, it flips its state (weird tpt mechanic). you can copy just the bottom bit as the rest of the computer is for converting into bace10.
  • Nikola_Tesla
    Nikola_Tesla
    28th January
    Cool! 1+
  • LBPHacker
    LBPHacker
    30th Nov 2020
    It's 16-bit because it's been built to be 16-bit, yes, not due to any TPT limitation.
  • MachineMan
    MachineMan
    21st Nov 2020
    it's not even 1 byte.
  • Man-Of-EEEEEEEEEEE
    Man-Of-EEEEEEEEEEE
    21st Nov 2020
    Um... Isn't it a 16-bit counter because 26^(16)=65536 and thet is what 2 bytes or 16-bits can go up to?
  • 19LGames
    19LGames
    20th Nov 2020
    It is literally a computer inside a computer
  • Sandboxvoid
    Sandboxvoid
    20th Nov 2020
    How do the things made of INWR work?
  • Sandboxvoid
    Sandboxvoid
    20th Nov 2020
    65535 is 2 byte integer limit? So that may have something to do with the maximum life of an object in TPT (if it has been stamped/saved/published) is the same number....
  • Sandboxvoid
    Sandboxvoid
    20th Nov 2020
    boss_maximov:interesting, I am trying to make a computer on tpt, this might help, thanks!
  • boss_maximov
    boss_maximov
    20th Nov 2020
    Use PROP Life 10 in binary bar to check the numbers you want. Maybe you'll find some problems. Please report this case.