02-09-2015, 07:13 AM
(This post was last modified: 02-09-2015, 07:14 AM by Apocryphan.)

both, if you multiply by 1 it adds, but if you have a multiplier of 9 it will add that number 9 times, 5 times to the top adder using 5 2-tick pulses and 4 times to the bottom adder using 4 2-tick pulses, each input has 2 ticks between them so it looks like this.

But if you wanted to just add with it you can, each digit can carry a full 10 over so it can handle the largest possible multiplication, I think i've actually thought of a way to make an analog divider using something similair to how i split the multiplier evenly. I still need to add a layer for subtraction to make it do 3 of the 4 operations. so far it's just add and multiply.

But if you wanted to just add with it you can, each digit can carry a full 10 over so it can handle the largest possible multiplication, I think i've actually thought of a way to make an analog divider using something similair to how i split the multiplier evenly. I still need to add a layer for subtraction to make it do 3 of the 4 operations. so far it's just add and multiply.