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17Communication - Communication Comp106 IR Port • Both...

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Communication Comp106 IR Port Both input and output We can use it to send and receive messages from other robots We can send single integer messages between robots
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Multiple Robots When we have two robots, one would be called the “master” and the other is called the “slave” Master give commands, while slave follows them Example (Slave) The slave continuously waits for commands Get the commands from the IR port Must call the ClearMessage() function first, before calling the Message() function.
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Example (Master) Master sends out messages to the slave Message can be any number from 0 to 255 Protocol In the previous example, we have defined a protocol A protocol contains the rules of communication 1 means forward, 2 means backward, and 3 means stop.
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Computer Networks A network contains two or more computers hooked up together such that they can communicate with each other Each network must have its own protocol
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