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Kartoffelbrot
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2013/9/14

CombinatorialCircuitEditor

This is an editor to build combinatorial dircuits. To create a new Object click on it in the Box at the left. It will be spawned in the middle of the workbench. To connect two Ports (the little black balls) with a cable click at them. To delete an object select it and then press DELETE at the left. You can also change the number of inputs for a gates with the "+"- and "-"-buttons. You can scroll the world with the arrow keys, so that you are able to build larger circuits. Please report bugs. A menu with the ability to save files will follow (I hope so).

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Tags: mouse simulation physics demo computer calculator circuit electricity combinatorial flipflop

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JetLennitJetLennit

2013/11/13

You should add resistors
KartoffelbrotKartoffelbrot

2013/11/14

Do you mean to slow it down?
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Thu Nov 14 13:08:08 UTC 2013 Input number change bug fixed
JetLennitJetLennit

2013/11/14

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Widerstand_(Bauelement)
KartoffelbrotKartoffelbrot

2013/11/15

Yes, I know it from school. Thanks for the german link :) . But I don't simulate electricity here, I have only a boolean (on = true or false). Therefore I asked.
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Sun Nov 17 10:41:24 UTC 2013 added clock
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Fri Apr 11 10:31:30 UTC 2014 added RS and JK FlipFlops
NewProgrammerNewProgrammer

2014/4/11

Really awesome. Do you mind giving me your email address so that i can ask you a few questions? You can share it via danpost's private messaging.
KartoffelbrotKartoffelbrot

2014/4/12

You can ask here, too. But if you want to, I will give you my address.
NewProgrammerNewProgrammer

2014/4/15

Ok, you can share it via Danpost's private messaging program (I've already shared mine)

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