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Just google Verilog and VHDL. There are plenty of resources online. The most important thing is to buy a board (any FPGA around the 20-50 dollars price range is more than sufficient), do not delude yourself that a simulator will teach you hardware. Hardware is brutal, you are limited by the laws of physics. Experience in stuff like Arduino etc. would help a lot. Otherwise just stick to Redstone in Minecraft if you are only interested in how things theoretically work.



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