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Copying programs FROM NXT Brick 
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Post Copying programs FROM NXT Brick
Hello, we have a working teleop test program that is compiled on our brick, but somehow disappeared on our computer. We downloaded the program from the brick using the file management utility, however, anything we download downloads as a ".rxe" file (assuming that's the compiled version), and the software won't open that file.

We also tried opening it in notepad to just copy the text, but as compiled code (again assuming) that didn't work either.

Is there any way to get the working code from the compiled file on the brick, or are we stuck writing it over from scratch?

Thanks,

Coach Mike
Redfish Robotics


Tue Jan 27, 2015 12:12 am
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Post Re: Copying programs FROM NXT Brick
Unfortunately, trying to edit a program extracted from the brick will not work, as it has already been compressed by the compiler to save room.

Try checking your recycling bin, if you're lucky it will be there.


Tue Jan 27, 2015 1:47 am
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Post Re: Copying programs FROM NXT Brick
Thanks for the quick reply, and that's what we figured.

It wasn't a complicated program, just the first one where we actually go our servos to work correctly, but re-writing won't be that big of a deal.

Thought we might get lucky when we saw it was still on the brick :(

Thanks again!


Tue Jan 27, 2015 8:56 am
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