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If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.
I agree with the other posters, it's no use reinventing the wheel because, that won't make you famous.
Where are the tutorials for making my own CPU?
Well, I heard trying to make a new CPU, despite reinventing the wheel, is a pretty cool thing to do. You can come up with your own instruction set and everything, there's a few tutorials on how to do that. Next step is to put it in a FPGA (or, if you're hardcore, solder all the logic gates on a board) and try to make a basic computer that runs programs with it. If you want to learn how a computer work, it's the perfect way to do so.Anyway, there's nothing keeping you from programming binaries directly and you can find quite a few documentation on that. Check what assembly commands do for a particular instruction set, for instance, and they'll give out the hex codes for that instruction.
... Just trying to make binary sprite data by hand is tedious enough. Imagine memorizing all ASM commands in their binary form.
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