The teaser video thumbnail
(Finally it's here in a demonstrable capacity!)
Today, I finished
For the most part, that is all it can do.
There are still many things (like for loops) that need to be made before C can be written.
Also shown in the video was a very small part of
However, with today's success this changes. There are only a handful of things that need to work before software testing on PX16 can begin. After all, the compiler doesn't need to be 100% finished before compiling code with it is viable.
PX16 in its full glory
I want to (and maybe it's not practical) have more users than just myself. The original goal was to make a little gameboy-sized computer with PX16, but I'm not sure that people will want to have one. Though my goals include low-power operation and simple enough to produce on a PCB, I'm not entirely sure what else I'd use for, so any suggestions are welcome.
Being made to contain no instruction set ROM, it could theoretically reach higher clock speeds. It also has an almost 100% IPC (Instructions Per Clock) uplift compared to GR8CPU Rev3.2, so it would actually perform even better compared to my previous design.
Specs for CPU nerds:
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