dec: 23 hex: 17 bin: 10111
The Null Cell, is an array logic gate. Array gates have gate logic as well as 1 or more pass-through wires. They are also slightly taller than normal gates.
The Null Cell has a total of 4 inputs outputs. All IOs in this gate act as wires. The wire connecting the front and back is the bottom wire and the left and right wire is the top wire.
The Null cell acts much like 2 separate wires in a single block. Like what is visually represented, this gate only functions to allow one 'wire' to transverse between the front and back, and the other between left and right without crossing the signals. It allows having 2 wire signals crossing a single block without interfering. Unlike traditional gates, there is no delay when passing a signal between left/right or front/back; it functions identically to wires.
Double Null Cells
|If two Null Cells are placed within the same block space on opposite faces, they can stack and form a double-null cell. It will allow up to 4 separate signals to traverse through a single block space without crossing signals.|
|v4.0.0||Added the Null Cell.|
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