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Ken3344's transistor is now computer-ready!

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Author: UnityDogGaming04

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Date added: 2019-05-21

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I have changed and stylized Ken3344's transistor such that it can be assembled into a computer! Stay tuned and I may build a computer out of it!

Thanks (x something like 200 maybe)
updated a bit of a bug in the transistor
didnt test the bug
ok now it SHOULD be fixed
Last edited at 2019/05/21 00:45:42 by UnityDogGaming04
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That thing is not a transistor, and the scene is not a computer either

A transistor is not a strictly binary device, but you can use it like one. A normal BJT works roughly like this: you have an input (collector), a control pin (base) and an output (emitter). in a binary scenario (cutoff and saturation) it will not let anything pass through if the base is 0, but if it is 1 it will let current pass through.

In this case you should abandon this and simply try to make logic gates. If this "transistor" actually let the right ball pass if there was no input on the left, this'd be a NOR gate
i did not call the scene a computer. i stated that the transistor is ready to be copied and assembled into a computer. also, it sure is a transistor. it outputs 1 marble if the left input recieves a marble but not if it simultaneously recieves 1 on in the right input. it also does nothing if it recieves only a marble on the right.
i stated that i was aware that it would only temporarily stop the left marble from passing through, which is when i posted an update that would cause the left marble to be thrown into the exess collector bin when it was stopped by the blue slider piece.
again, it's at most a cheap NOR. Transistors are analog devices, since the output is actually the sum of the current going through the base and the one that's allowed through the collector.

how would this be "computer-ready"? Any simple ALU is an array of different logic gates, each of these made with transistors or FETs and resistors

I'll shut up if you make the necessary logic gates with this ;)
Hey. :)
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Mr Linkage I am aware transistors are analog. I am no electrician. I am incredibly aware of low littlle I know about electricity. Can you give it a break I'm not making this for use in the real world. I made this for fun.