Niven
Niven
76 / 25
29th Jul 2012
8th Aug 2012
If u think it's too slow, make ur own. I built this to WORK. it WORKS, and that's all I care about. My comp runs this at only 9 fps and I still don't think I need to make it faster.
electronic sweet spark calculator square logic multiplication

Comments

  • cyberdragon442
    cyberdragon442
    4th Aug 2012
    oh and guys. TURN OFF HEAT!
  • cyberdragon442
    cyberdragon442
    4th Aug 2012
    if you get rid of all that pre-saved answer crap for the display then you'd have plenty of space (and wifi). other calculators don't use that. they use switches. (oh and someone called mur has some working realistic transistors which haven't been used in many saves. they might help)
  • Niven
    Niven
    4th Aug 2012
    u sure? I get 25 when I do it
  • Theubersands
    Theubersands
    4th Aug 2012
    I did 5 X 5 but it came out as 5?
  • ThunderSt
    ThunderSt
    4th Aug 2012
    wow bubw is a lot of stuff at the same time..
  • Niven
    Niven
    4th Aug 2012
    @cyberdragon ignore what I said abt v3. That's pretty much been aborted because of lack of space and wifi
  • Niven
    Niven
    4th Aug 2012
    what u mean? 2 squared works
  • Paul99
    Paul99
    4th Aug 2012
    Y U NO SQUARE 2?
  • Niven
    Niven
    4th Aug 2012
    @cyberdragon442 If I can find away to add a new feature, that I'm sorta working on(Just thinking abt doing it atm), without running out of wifi, then v3 will have 1 converter for add/sub and 1 for multiplication
  • Niven
    Niven
    4th Aug 2012
    @cloudz that's the point @cyberdragon I didn't know hot to use array memory when I first made v2 (where I introduced multiplicaion)and I'm too lazy to add it now. Also, for a universal adder, I'd need to add another bit to both add/sub and multiplication