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CPU Simulation, Binary Adder - 8 bits:

        It's oscillator where shown in below with [impulsee]. Oscillator sends an impulsee to CPU when you click to this button. First flip/flop gate set free a signal to right leg with first click and lamp turns on. The first flip/flop gate switch power from right leg to left leg when Oscillator send second impulsee and first lamp turns off and second flip/flop gate gets power and set free a signal to right leg of itself. So this chain action turns on the second lamp. This is basic itteration mechanism, every next signal switch the power between right and left legs of the flip/flop gates and turns on and off the lamps. Those lamps illustrade the binary "1" and "0" values according to lamps situations "on" or "off". Please click to impulsee button next and next to see binary and decimal values to understand how does CPU calculating sum operation of binaries.
Decimal Value: 0; Binary Value: 0; Length: 1; Rest of: 7
CPU Cache cells according to Binary Value: 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0


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