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This is version 1.13 of a project that I am developing to simulate digital electronic circuits. You can place components and wire them up. Then apply signals from switches, push button, or clock.

You can try to create circuits to match Truth Tables and run tests to check if they work properly. This is the idea for advancement in a later version that will be a game.

You can also try to create simple computer circuits and program the ROM memory with micro-instructions and even your own OP codes. This is great for computer science students or hobbyists. You may also save and load memory data from disk.

If you could donate some payment, that would be great and encourage me to develop this further into something great.

At this stage you can consider yourself a beta-tester and please report any bugs or improvement ideas to the issue log here: Issue Log

I look forward to your enjoyment of trying this out and myself producing major updates in the near future.

Cheers, Andrew Wilkes


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

LogicSimulator.zip 26 MB
LogicSimulator.tar.gz 14 MB
Logic Simulator.pck 1 MB
Logic Simulator.exe 32 MB
Logic Simulator.x86_64 33 MB

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Really cool… just added to my collection! Would you like to join Creactivity #1?

Thanks for your appreciation!

Hi folks, I just uploaded version 1.01 that has a smaller default screen size (1024x768) and then it maximizes to your screen size. Before it defaulted to 1080p which is most common but still many people use smaller screen sizes.

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I have absolutely zero idea what i'm doing but i love it and i thought i may as well share with people that actually know how this witchcraft works lol.

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Ha ha, thanks for your feedback, and support!