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Adding more machine language instructions to the CPU

Adding more machine language instructions to the CPU

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In this video, we'll add several new machine language instructions to our CPU: STA (store A), LDI (load immediate), and JMP (jump). Then we'll write a program that uses those instructions and walk through the execution. More 8-bit computer: https://eater.net/8bit The code from this video is on GitHub: http://bit.ly/2sK7Qlb Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/beneater https://www.eater.net https://twitter.com/ben_eater https://www.patreon.com/beneater

Making a computer Turing complete

The 8-bit breadboard computer is certainly limited. But is it capable enough to even be a computer? In this video we explore how Turing Machines and the Lambda

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Ben Eater - 8 bit breadboard computer (with changes)

Inspired by Ben Eater and his EXCELLENT youtube series about building an 8 bit breadboard computer, I have finished the computer, and am now "debugging" it and

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Comparing C to machine language

In this video, I compare a simple C program with the compiled machine code of that program. Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/beneater

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Reprogramming CPU microcode with an Arduino

The code from this video is on GitHub: http://bit.ly/2sK7Qlb More 8-bit computer: https://eater.net/8bit Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/beneate

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Assembly Language Tutorial

Code & Transcript Here : http://goo.gl/j0tgfS Logical Operators, Looping, Conditionals : http://goo.gl/adUwyw Functions & Stacks : http://goo.gl/bmPsYT Suppo

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Learn how computers add numbers and build a 4 bit adder circuit

Let's build a circuit that adds numbers! Binary addition is even easier than decimal addition since you don't have to know how to add numbers larger than 1. Su

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CPU flags register

Share your requests for future video topics here: https://www.reddit.com/r/beneater/comments/88m9jy/ben_eater_video_suggestions/ Intel x86 developers guide (480

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Conditional jump instructions

In this video we program the microcode of the 8-bit breadboard computer so that it supports two conditional jump instructions: JC (jump carry) and JZ (jump zero

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Viewing an active electronic circuit with a scanning electron microscope

I used my DIY scanning electron microscope to view a 555 timer circuit while it was powered. The circuit is a simple oscillator with a very long time constant t

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Fetch Decode Execute Cycle in more detail

This video illustrates the fetch decode execute cycle. The view of the CPU focusses on the role of various registers including the accumulator, memory address r

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How the Pascaline Works

A visual explanation of how the Pascaline works. The Pascaline was the first successful mechanical calculator. It was developed in the 1640's by the mathemati

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Coding Communication & CPU Microarchitectures as Fast As Possible

How do CPUs take code electrical signals and translate them to strings of text on-screen that a human can actually understand? Freshbooks message: Head over to

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ALU Design

In this video we go over the design for the Arithmetic and Logic Unit for our 8-bit computer. Before watching it's helpful to understand: - How a binary adder

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My Ben Eater 8-bit Breadboard CPU Build Project Part 6

This is part 6 of my 8-bit breadboard CPU build project. In this video I load some sample programs and demonstrate them running. Sorry about all the tripod bum

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Building the ALU

In this video, we'll build the ALU for our 8-bit computer! Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/beneater See https://eater.net/bbcpu8-alu for more.

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8-bit computer RAM intro

An introduction to the 16-byte by 8-bit static RAM that we're going to build for our 8-bit computer. Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/beneater

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RAM module build - part 1

Part 1 of building the RAM module for the 8-bit computer. Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/beneater You can get all the components used in this

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Frontend And Backend - Fast Tech Skills

FREE Secret Training: How To Build an App Without Programming and Make $240,465 With It: https://linkslick.com/5aa3b9a17fd9d

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Build a Retro Computer: BASIC 80's Pocket Computer

In a throwback to the 80s, Ben builds a Pocket BASIC computer, complete with keyboard and screen.

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RAM module testing and troubleshooting

Testing and troubleshooting the RAM module. In this video we check out the RAM module, fix an issue, and make a small modification so RAM writes are triggered o

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