08NQCIntro

08NQCIntro - Introduction to NQC Comp 106 3rd Generation...

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Introduction to NQC Comp 106 3 rd Generation Languages • Similar to English. • Write it in a text editor. • Needs to be compiled / interpreted. • Gives programmers more direct control to the machine.
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The C Programming Language • Very fast, lots of low level control. • Used to develop Unix. • Still in use today! NQC • Not Quite C. • Looks like C, but with many restrictions. • Can access all of the features of the GUI, plus more!
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BricxCC • Bricx Command Center. • An Integrated Development Environment (IDE) • A “suped-up” text editor. • Include many convenient features not found in regular text editors. • It has text editor and compiler, as well as a host of other features such as tracing what's in memory, direct sound production via a keyboard, etc. • Download from http://bricxcc.sourceforge.net/ Starting BricxCC Make sure you choose RCX2!
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NQC Syntax • No “big block” constructs • Only “small blocks” – raw motor and sensor control NQC Commands (Small Blocks)
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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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