Robotics_v2.2_Checkoff_Ch-1

Robotics_v2.2_Checkoff_Ch-1 - What should you always do...

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Name: ___________________________ ME456 Check off Sheet Robotics! Chapter 1 No Projects required for this chapter Date: _________________________________
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Questions 1. What device will be the brain of your Boe-Bot? 2. What is the purpose of the serial cable? . . . 3. When the BASIC Stamp sends a character to your PC/laptop, what type of numbers are used to send the message through the serial cable? . 4. What should you do between the time you have entered your program into the BASIC Stamp Editor and the time you run the program? . 5. What is the name of the window that displays messages sent from the BASIC Stamp to your PC/laptop? . 6. What does an apostrophe at the beginning of a line signify? . 7. What PBASIC commands did you learn in this chapter? . 8. Let’s say you want to take a break from your BASIC Stamp project to go get a snack, or maybe you want to take a longer break and return to the project in a couple of days.
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Unformatted text preview: What should you always do before you take your break? . Exercises 1. Explain what you can do with each PBASIC command you learned in this chapter. . . . . . 2. Explain what would happen if you took all the CR control characters out of the DEBUG commands below and write down how it would look in the Debug Terminal. DEBUG "Hello, this is a message from your Boe-Bot!" DEBUG CR, "What's 7 X 11?" DEBUG CR, "The answer is: " 3. Explain what the asterisk does in this command: DEBUG DEC 7 * 11 4. Guess what the Debug Terminal would display if you ran this command: DEBUG DEC 7 + 11 5. There is a problem with these two commands. When run, the numbers they display are stuck together so that it looks like one large number instead of two small ones. Modify these two commands so that the answers appear on different lines in the Debug Terminal. DEBUG DEC 7 * 11 DEBUG DEC 7 + 11...
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2008 for the course ME 456 taught by Professor Radcliffe during the Fall '07 term at Michigan State University.

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