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Welcome to the MARIE.js wiki. Here we have documentation that explains how the MARIE CPU works, and we provide tutorials on how to code in MARIE.
|Introduction to MARIE||A brief introduction to MARIE|
|MARIE Codes||Shows all MARIE commands to be used|
|Register Transfer Language||This documentation shows different MARIE codes in Register Transfer Language - shows how the CPU handles each command|
|Datapath Simulator||The datapath is used for illustrating how instructions are executed in the MARIE simulator.|
|Using MARIE.js||How to use various features in MARIE.js|
|Using Google Features||How to use all the Google Integrated Features within MARIE.js|
|A Simple Adder||This tutorial demonstrates the use of simple commands in MARIE to construct a simple addition calculator|
|Multiplication in MARIE||Since there is no multiplication command in MARIE, we need to write one ourselves. This tutorial demonstrates how to write code to multiply two numbers|
|Subroutines||How to write subroutines|