## On the Subject of Forget Me Later

Don't judge a book by its cover.

Judge it by its blurb.

Initially, the module will cycle through a sequence of digits shown on the bottom screen.

This sequence has as many steps as there are regular modules on the bomb.

Solving one regular module will cause the module to enter into its input phase, revealing two input digits on the bottom screen.

After each solve, a single input is required. This input is given by the last digit of the absolute value of the output of the rule that corresponds to the number shown in the small display.

There are sixty possible functions to apply.

If an incorrect input is made, the correct input will be shown on the bottom screen and the sequence of original digits will be shown once again before the buttons can be pressed.

A strike will be incurred from each incorrect input, and each skipped stage.

Displayed Number | The next input is... |
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0 | The digit received at this step of the sequence. |

1 | One plus the received digit. |

2 | Double the received digit. |

3 | The received digit plus the last input. |

4 | The last input minus the received digit. |

5 | The difference between the last two inputs. |

6 | The second-last input minus the received digit. |

7 | The received digit plus the last input plus one. |

8 | The received digit plus the second-last input plus one. |

9 | The sum of the last two inputs plus one. |

10 | The last input, |

11 | The last input plus one. |

12 | Double the last input. |

13 | The sum of the last two inputs. |

14 | The received digit minus one. |

15 | The last input minus one. |

16 | The second-last input minus one. |

17 | The last input plus the received digit minus one. |

18 | The second-last input label plus the received digit minus one. |

19 | The sum of the last two inputs minus one. |

20 | The second-last input. |