RobotC dictionary of commands pdf file
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Author:  Dildog [ Sun Nov 22, 2015 11:41 am ]
Post subject:  RobotC dictionary of commands pdf file

I am a high school teacher who starting out working with VEX programming.
I know how to develop programs, and how they work, how to troubleshoot, etc.
My problem is that I need to know more about syntax of the basic commands,
and there is not enough in the pdfs on the main site. I could use a good dictionary
of RobotC commands, and I would need it as a pdf so I can use it while I help my
students program. I could also use a good pdf file on motor PID control, as I have
also worked with this before as an engineer.


Author:  Tabor473 [ Mon Nov 23, 2015 1:32 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: RobotC dictionary of commands pdf file

All the ROBOTC functions and variables can be found here in the web help files.

They are also included inside the ROBOTC application under the top bar labeled "Help" - Open Help.

Author:  Dildog [ Wed Dec 02, 2015 10:04 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: RobotC dictionary of commands pdf file

Thanks for trying Tabor.
I will look at the help menu when I am working on my RobotC programs.
I was really looking for just a concise .PDF file that lists the syntax of different commands and logical operators.
Hate to be picky, but tutorial videos are no help to me. I have literally about 10 minutes a week to devote to RobotC.
There is some info on the main site that I have already compiled, but I was looking for a more complete list.
I know how to program, just don't know the language, and it is hard to look up what you don't know is there.


Author:  t.meyer [ Wed Feb 10, 2016 2:50 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: RobotC dictionary of commands pdf file

I agree Dildog. I expected the folks who make RobotC would have spent the 1 hour it would have take to get the help files into a logically arranged .pdf file. Since this is suppose to be an educational system a manual would seem to be an obvious addition.

Kinda annoyed that they haven't.


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