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Beginning Programming Help 
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Post Beginning Programming Help
Hi everyone i am just starting robotc i have been using nxt-g for a few months and i have gotten really advanced. I am trying to move onto robot c so i access features that nxt-g dosent have. I am trying to make a code that :

Code:
Waits several seconds
(takes a reading from a sensor and writes a variable(start n)
moves motor until it reaches integer(row) repeats previous 4 times
moves motor until it reaches integer(row*4 )
adds up the 'start' variables  and writes a variable(code) based on the calculation
((takes a reading from a sensor and writes a variable(numb n)
moves motor until it reaches integer(row) repeats previous 4 times
moves motor until it reaches integer(row*4 )
computes 'numb' variables  and writes a variable(xn) based on the calculation)does this 'code' amount of times


I am doing this for a class project. If you want credit i will cite your contribution.


Wed Dec 05, 2012 9:12 pm
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Post Re: Beginning Programming Help
So you want us to do your homework or is there a question in your post that I failed to see?

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