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Minecraft 24 byte ROM Programmable Program counter.

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Uploaded on Dec 28, 2010

This is a demonstation of part of the computer i am currently constucting in the game of Minecraft using the redstone wires and torches found ingame. It consists of a 4 bit D Flip-Flop ripple (asynchronous) rising edge triggred pre-settable binary counter feeding its current count state into a 4 bit to 16 line demultiplexer, where the 4 bit binary number is converted into one of 16 output lines, each representing a specific location in the ROM where 16 12 bit instructions are stored. This output from the ROM will then be used to command the rest of the computer what function to perform at this current point in time, adn what to do with its associated arguments.

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