Upgraded not in quality, but in quantity.
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.
It's 16-bit because it's been built to be 16-bit, yes, not due to any TPT limitation.
it's not even 1 byte.
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?
It is literally a computer inside a computer
How do the things made of INWR work?
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....
boss_maximov:interesting, I am trying to make a computer on tpt, this might help, thanks!
Use PROP Life 10 in binary bar to check the numbers you want. Maybe you'll find some problems. Please report this case.