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Published: May 6, 2011

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LAHPL (Loyola A Hardware Programming Language) is a hardware description language that my professor at Loyola wrote to teach the concepts of electronic digital circuits. The large project in the class was to design hardware that plays tic-tac-toe. As can be seen in the source code, the language involves moving around bits in registers.


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