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      If you like this, also check out 1-bit processors: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1-bit_computing

      Its main application seems to be in headlines like “New carbon nanotube processor built using only 178 transistors.”

      I’ve also worked with a chip that uses 1-bit processors, but it had over 30,000 of them.

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        I’m interested; what was that chip?

        The Connection Machine also comes to mind.

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            Thanks for sharing! Associative/Content addressable memory was a brief fascination of mine and I’ve struggled to find neat/useful explanations of it.

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      You should add a page for Stix on the Esolangs wiki