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Kit (Logic Processor)

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The Logic Processor is a multi-purpose Logic Circuit unit that has variants, all related to some mathematical operation.

Math Unit[edit]

Logic Processor Variation: Math Unit

Connectors[edit]

  • Top: Power
  • Left: Input 1
  • Right: Input 2
  • Bottom: Output

Screws (options)[edit]

  • Left: Input 1 Selector. Click with screwdriver to select the "left" operand
  • Right: Input 2 Selector. Click with screwdriver to select the "right" operand
  • Bottom: Operation Selector. Click with screwdriver to select what operation to run on the 2 inputs.

Available Operations[edit]

  • Add: Adds the two inputs together. (output = i1 + i2)
  • Subtract: Substract the right operand from the left one. (output: i1 - i2)
  • Multiply: Multiplies the two inputs (output = i1 x i2)
  • Divide: Divides the left operand by the right operand (output = i1 / i2)
  • Mod: Runs the modulo function such that output = i1 % i2, where the output is the remainder of the division of the left operand by the right operand.

Unary Math Unit[edit]

Logic Processor Variation: Unary Math Unit

Connectors[edit]

  • Top: Power
  • Left: Input
  • Right: Output

Screws (options)[edit]

  • Left: Input Selector. Click with the Screwdriver to select the input data.
  • Right: Operation Selector. Click with Screwdriver to select what operation to run on the Input.

Available Operations[edit]

  • Ceil: Rounds the input Up to the closest whole integer.
  • Floor: Rounds the input Down to the closest whole integer.
  • Abs: Ensures the input is Positive and not Negative (converts -1 to 1, -123.456 to 123.456, etc). Has no effect on positive numbers.
  • Log: The natural logarithm of the input. The natural logarithm of x is the power to which e (Euler's number) would have to be raised to equal x.
  • Exp: The natural exponential function of the input. e raised to the power of the input.
  • Round: Rounds the input to the closest whole integer.

Min/Max Unit[edit]

Logic Processor Variation: Min/Max Unit

Connectors[edit]

  • Top: Power
  • Left: Input 1
  • Right: Input 2
  • Bottom: Output

Screws (options)[edit]

  • Bottom Left: Input 1 Selector. Click with screwdriver to select the "left" operand
  • Bottom Right: Input 2 Selector. Click with screwdriver to select the "right" operand
  • Bottom Center: Operation Selector. Click with screwdriver to select what operation to run on the 2 inputs.

Available Operations[edit]

  • Less: Outputs Input 1 if Input 1 is less than Input 2, otherwise outputs Input 2
  • Greater: Outputs Input 1 if Input 1 is greater than Input 2, otherwise outputs Input 2

Logic Select Unit[edit]

Logic Processor Variant: Select Unit

Connectors[edit]

  • Top: Power and Selector Input
  • Left: Input 1
  • Right: Input 2
  • Bottom: Output

Screws (options)[edit]

  • Top: Selector Input. Use Screwdriver to select what input is used to flip the selection. This should usually be a unit that outputs a true/false value (0 for false, 1 for true), such as a Logic Compare unit.
  • Bottom Left: Input 1 Selector. Use Screwdriver to select what value to use when the Selector Input value is 0 (false).
  • Bottom Right: Input 2 Selector. Use Screwdriver to select what value to use when the Selector Input value is 1 (true).

Compare Unit[edit]

Logic Processor Variant: Compare Unit

Connectors[edit]

  • Top: Power
  • Left: Input 1
  • Right: Input 2
  • Bottom: Output

Screws (options)[edit]

  • Bottom Left: Input 1 Selector. Click with screwdriver to select the "left" operand
  • Bottom Right: Input 2 Selector. Click with screwdriver to select the "right" operand
  • Bottom Center: Operation Selector. Click with screwdriver to select what operation to run on the 2 inputs.

Available Operations[edit]

Note: This is a floating point comparison and is very precise!

  • Equals: Outputs 1 (true) if Input 1 is exactly equal to Input 2, otherwise outputs 0 (false).
  • NotEquals: Outputs 1 (true) if Input 1 has a different value than Input 2, otherwise outputs 0 (false).
  • Greater: Outputs 1 (true) if Input 1 is greater than Input 2, otherwise outputs 0 (false).
  • Lesser: Outputs 1 (true) if Input 1 is smaller/lesser than Input 2, otherwise outputs 0 (false).