Yesterday I wrote the modulus operator for the WDR Paper Computer.
It's a tiny computer with only 5 instructions: add1, sub1, jump to line#, end program, and is-zero?.
My conclusions so far about paper computing:
- It's really fun to figure out clever ways to write programs using a limited instruction set!
- Running programs by hand is pretty tedious and gets old fast. ^__^
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