SR Latch in 345/2/4

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Axaj
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SR Latch in 345/2/4

Post by Axaj » October 16th, 2009, 1:38 pm

NOTE: If you are going to run this pattern, set the speed fairly fast, otherwise it may not work.

This is exactly what it says: a SR Latch that I made in 345/2/4 (otherwise known as "Star Wars"). I used guns (for input), reflectors, duplicators, eaters, and NOR gates (duh).

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#CXRLE Pos=-192,-16
x = 259, y = 177, rule = 345/2/4
147.A97.A$146.3A95.3A$147.A97.A2$151.A89.A$150.3A87.3A$151.A89.A3$
226.A2.B$225.5A.BA$226.A.A.2A$226.A2.A.2A.A$6.C218.7A.2A$6.A219.A3.A.
A.2A$5.A.BA155.A67.A.A.AC$3.5A155.3A65.4AB$4.A2.2AC154.A66.C.A.A$.A.A
.3A225.C$.B3A2.AC7.A$2.A.2A8.4A.CBA21.CBA21.CBA21.CBA21.CBA21.CBA21.C
BA$BA.2A9.B.A2.CBA21.CBA21.CBA21.CBA21.CBA21.CBA21.CBA27.A$.2A.A10.CB
A174.3A$.A2.A188.A35.BA$6A187.A34.C.A$.A2.A187.3A33.B3A$193.A34.A.A$
193.A$192.3A34.2C4.A$193.A35.2B3.3A$193.A35.2A4.A$192.3A30.CBA7.A$
193.A31.CBA7.2A$235.A$235.A$151.A25.CBA21.CBA21.CBA6.3A$150.3A24.CBA
21.CBA21.CBA7.A$151.A2$147.A$146.3A$147.A7$137.A$136.3A$137.A$233.A$
141.A87.A2.3A$140.3A85.3A.2A$141.A87.A3.A$232.3A$233.A4$222.A2.A2.A$
221.9A$93.A128.A5.A$92.3A127.A5.A$93.A127.2A5.2A$93.A128.A4.2A$93.2A
127.A3.2A$93.A127.6A30.A$93.A128.A2.A30.3A$92.3A162.A$93.A$253.A$141.
A110.3A$140.3A110.A$141.A2$137.A$136.3A$137.A20$137.A$136.3A$137.A2$
141.A$140.3A98.A$141.A98.3A$241.A$93.A$92.3A150.A$93.A128.A2.A18.3A$
93.A127.6A18.A$93.2A127.A3.2A$93.A128.A4.2A$93.A127.2A5.2A$92.3A127.A
5.A$93.A128.A5.A$221.9A$222.A2.A2.A4$233.A$232.3A$141.A87.A3.A$140.3A
85.3A.2A$141.A87.A2.3A$233.A$137.A$136.3A$137.A7$147.A$146.3A$147.A2$
151.A$150.3A24.CBA21.CBA21.CBA7.A$151.A25.CBA21.CBA21.CBA6.3A$235.A$
235.A$193.A31.CBA7.2A$192.3A30.CBA7.A$193.A35.2A4.A$193.A35.2B3.3A$
192.3A34.2C4.A$193.A$193.A34.A.A$.A2.A187.3A33.B3A$6A187.A34.C.A$.A2.
A188.A35.BA$.2A.A10.CBA174.3A$BA.2A9.B.A2.CBA21.CBA21.CBA21.CBA21.CBA
21.CBA21.CBA27.A$2.A.2A8.4A.CBA21.CBA21.CBA21.CBA21.CBA21.CBA21.CBA$.
B3A2.AC7.A$.A.A.3A225.C$4.A2.2AC154.A66.C.A.A$3.5A155.3A65.4AB$5.A.BA
155.A67.A.A.AC$6.A219.A3.A.A.2A$6.C218.7A.2A$226.A2.A.2A.A$226.A.A.2A
$225.5A.BA$226.A2.B3$151.A101.A$150.3A99.3A$151.A101.A2$147.A109.A$
146.3A107.3A$147.A109.A!
I think some explanation may be needed, however. So...

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The guns are on the left and the NOR gates are on the right (hint: they look like the guns)

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Remove the top gun and this is what you get.

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As you can see, you can remove the lower gun and it will stay the same.

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Now I replace the upper gun. Notice that it has not yet entered the NOR gate.

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Now the upper gun output has been through the entire course.

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Once again, I remove the gun and it stays the same.


On a lesser note, I also built a NAND gate. I didn't use it for this, but I will likely use it to build an adder:

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x = 41, y = 124, rule = 345/2/4
31.C$31.A$29.AB.A$30.5A$28.C2A2.A$28.B.3A.A.A$21.A8.A2.3AB$20.3A7.B3A
.A$21.A7.CA2.2A.AB$33.A.2A$33.A2.A$32.6A$33.A2.A5$10.A2.A2.A$9.9A$10.
A5.A3$10.2A2.2A$10.2B2.2B$10.2C2.2C46$10.2A$10.2B$10.2C22$14.2A$14.2B
$14.2C22$10.2A2.2A$10.2B2.2B$10.2C2.2C!
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Re: SR Latch in 345/2/4

Post by testitemqlstudop » September 19th, 2019, 7:36 pm

This rule IS interesting... How come no one posted here for so long?

Here I have stabilized a gun (wickstretcher? it's at maximum period)

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x = 12, y = 12, rule = 345/2/4
.A2.A2.A$9A$.A5.A$.A2.2A.A$2A.6A$.A.A2.A2.CBA$.A.A2.A2.CBA$2A.6A$.A2.
2A.A$.A5.A$9A$.A2.A2.A!
"Barraging"' or "overclocking to an insanely high period" normal reactions create interesting guns:

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x = 47, y = 199, rule = 345/2/4
3.A2.A2.A$2.9A$3.A5.A$3.A2.2A.A27.A$2.2A.6A25.3A$3.A.A2.A2.CBA23.A$3.
A.A2.A2.CBA23.A$2.2A.6A25.3A$3.A2.2A.A27.A$3.A5.A$2.9A$3.A2.A2.A34$
45.A$44.3A$45.A16$4.A2.A2.A$3.9A$4.A5.A$4.A2.2A.A$3.2A.6A25.A$4.A.A2.
A2.CBA21.3A$4.A.A2.A2.CBA22.A$3.2A.6A25.A$4.A2.2A.A25.3A$4.A5.A26.A$
3.9A$4.A2.A2.A41$.A2.A2.A2.A$12A$.A8.A$.A2.4A2.A$2A.2A2.2A.2A$.A.2A2.
2A.A$.A2.4A2.A$5A2.5A$.A2.A2.A2.A$5.2C$5.2B$5.2A23$6.A$5.3A$6.A34$41.
A$7.A2.A2.A26.3A$6.9A26.A$7.A5.A27.A$7.A2.2A.A26.3A$6.2A.6A26.A$7.A.A
2.A2.CBA$7.A.A2.A2.CBA$6.2A.6A26.A$7.A2.2A.A26.3A$7.A5.A27.A$6.9A26.A
$7.A2.A2.A26.3A$41.A!

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Re: SR Latch in 345/2/4

Post by Moosey » September 20th, 2019, 6:32 am

testitemqlstudop wrote:This rule IS interesting... How come no one posted here for so long?
Because there are other threads for Star Wars.
Here's your pattern in Star Wars to prove that this rule is Star Wars:

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x = 47, y = 199, rule = Star Wars
3.A2.A2.A$2.9A$3.A5.A$3.A2.2A.A27.A$2.2A.6A25.3A$3.A.A2.A2.CBA23.A$3.
A.A2.A2.CBA23.A$2.2A.6A25.3A$3.A2.2A.A27.A$3.A5.A$2.9A$3.A2.A2.A34$
45.A$44.3A$45.A16$4.A2.A2.A$3.9A$4.A5.A$4.A2.2A.A$3.2A.6A25.A$4.A.A2.
A2.CBA21.3A$4.A.A2.A2.CBA22.A$3.2A.6A25.A$4.A2.2A.A25.3A$4.A5.A26.A$
3.9A$4.A2.A2.A41$.A2.A2.A2.A$12A$.A8.A$.A2.4A2.A$2A.2A2.2A.2A$.A.2A2.
2A.A$.A2.4A2.A$5A2.5A$.A2.A2.A2.A$5.2C$5.2B$5.2A23$6.A$5.3A$6.A34$41.
A$7.A2.A2.A26.3A$6.9A26.A$7.A5.A27.A$7.A2.2A.A26.3A$6.2A.6A26.A$7.A.A
2.A2.CBA$7.A.A2.A2.CBA$6.2A.6A26.A$7.A2.2A.A26.3A$7.A5.A27.A$6.9A26.A
$7.A2.A2.A26.3A$41.A!
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