A register is a temporary storage facility within the CPU that holds data for computation purposes.
What I question is how this is structured via engineering principles within the circuity:
1.I had first thought that all information held electrostatically was implemented in capacitors. Am I right or am I wrong within the context of CPU data storage?
2.I also had thought that maybe a logic gate can loop data until appropriate action/machine code changed the flow of logic/data within the circuit to take appropriate action from memory. Yes?
3.Last I can think is that the data enters the CPU from RAM in correct format, is parsed by the CPU's microsequencing circuity, and enters an electrolytic capacitor within a motor capacitor.
Do I have it right, or please correct me.