What do you think about ? I may lead to that direction.

I m learning and how CPUs work. Thats really fun, if only i could spend more time on this...

The next thing for me to do now is to implement memory. Probably that would be easy for now. But the manual i follow is confusing on that issue.

There are tons of instructions to implement, i wonder if i get all of them right, would my emulator be able to run every gameboy rom.

As i wanted to see instant resultish-things i wroted a 2 lines of function to read given file as 32kb rom, though i should make it arbitrary sized, read its byte as unsigned chars and write to a var. Now i can read every byte and see which instruction it is.

I did write a tiny function to easily log things. Put levels of importance like err/warn/critic/msg so that i will easily filter them in the future.

I initialized my gameboy emulator, dont know what to name. For now, its name is uGameBoy. Yeah, very creative.

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holy dang i'm actually writing code for work what kind of world have we landed in how is this possible

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Do you think recreating unix command line utilities(like cat ls awk...) would be educative proccess to learn programming?

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do you ever just lean on your bed to reach for something and ur like.... hmmm.. so confy... would like to.... nap.......

@ky0ko Hi! Thanks to you, i got started doing the emulator. Now i am gonna start to read the rom (tetris rom) word by word. How long should i read it in terms of chunks? I read it as int right now but i am not sure if that is correct. And should i just implement bytes as an instruction? Maybe after implementing memory first.

Marcus Aurelius always inspires me. He was a great man, i wish i could meet him.

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reminder that there's no such thing as 'hatewatching,' or dragging an ad, or quote-tweeting some racist politician. there's literally an entire school of 'outrage-based advertisting' that seeks to exploit your reactions because hating something enough to yell about it manipulates people into getting more eyes on the thing they're hawking. the idea that you Have To Respond is a brain-divot they're trying to sneak in through.

you know what does work? deplatforming.

“Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able?
Then he is not omnipotent.
Is he able, but not willing?
Then he is malevolent.
Is he both able and willing?
Then whence cometh evil?
Is he neither able nor willing?
Then why call him God?”

Epicurus – Greek philosopher, BC 341-270

This one is a bit classic but this words are enough to disprove all-powerfull and all-good god.

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