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Lego Mindstorm Basics The RCX Brick • The “Brain” of the robot. • Four buttons – On- off, View, Prgm, and Run. • Can be connected to motors and sensors
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The RCX Graphical Language • Drag and Drop GUI interface. • A 4 th Generation Programming Language. • Write programs and download to RCX Brick. Writing Pseudo Code • Many sophisticated software are designed in 4 th generation languages, and implemented in 3 rd generation languages. • 3 rd generation languages look like English.
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Unformatted text preview: • We will come up with our own structured English (or pseudo code). • IMPORTANT: Must know pseudo code in exams! Pseudo Code Example – Set motors A and B to power level 2 – Forward for 5 seconds – Turn right for 2 seconds – Turn left for 4 seconds – Stop motors A and B • The above constitute a sequence of commands! To Do • Go over training missions 1 to 4. • Start on Tutorial #1....
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2010 for the course COMP 106 taught by Professor Jasonmadar during the Fall '07 term at Capilano.

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