Post Tagged with: "ROBOTC"

  • Coming soon: Mindsensors Sensor MUX

    Coming soon: Mindsensors Sensor MUX

    Sensors February 27, 2013 21:33 4 comments

    Mindsensors are about to release a Sensor MUX of their own!  This one works very differently in that instead of doing the polling of the attached sensors for you, it allows itself to become a channel to said sensor.  So, in essence, you send it a command, like “give me […]

     
  • ROBOTC 3.59.0 BETA available now!

    ROBOTC 3.59.0 BETA available now!

    ROBOTC February 26, 2013 16:14 no comments

    The fine folks at Robomattter have released a new beta.  Now, I don’t think it should be called a beta, but I’m sure they have their reasons for that.  It fixes quite a number of issues that were reported in 3.54 and 3.55.2.  Thankfully, most, if not all of those […]

     
  • Tutorial: Linked Lists in ROBOTC

    Tutorial: Linked Lists in ROBOTC

    Tutorials January 31, 2013 20:57 5 comments

    I really love data structures.  That sounded a lot less geeky in my head, but it’s true.  It was my favourite subject when studying computer science and I have a few good books on the subject.  I don’t pretend to understand the math behind most of them.  In any case, […]

     
  • Tutorial: Stacks in ROBOTC

    Tutorial: Stacks in ROBOTC

    Tutorials January 20, 2013 11:10 1 comment

    Stacks are used a LOT in computing.  The CPU in your laptop or PC, your mobile phone and iPad all have one thing in common, they all use stacks, without exception.  So what is a stack you ask yourself?  Well, think of what a stack of things is in real […]

     
  • Tutorial: Pointers in ROBOTC

    Tutorial: Pointers in ROBOTC

    Tutorials January 14, 2013 06:41 4 comments

    Hurray, ROBOTC has support for pointers!  “That’s nice,” I hear you say, “but what are they?”  That’s a good question.  I’ll try to explain in this tutorial.  This tutorial is the first of a couple that will show you the kinds of things you’ll be able to do with pointers. […]

     
  • Please insert token: strtok() for ROBOTC

    Please insert token: strtok() for ROBOTC

    ROBOTC January 3, 2013 09:37 1 comment

    I’ve been very busy working on a completely revised driver for the Dexter Industries DWiFi and I needed a clean way to tokenise a string that had a single character as a separator.  ROBOTC didn’t seem to have a strtok() which is what you’d use if you were using gcc […]

     
  • Download ROBOTC Driver Suite 3.2

    Download ROBOTC Driver Suite 3.2

    ROBOTC Driver Suite December 5, 2012 22:35 17 comments

    A new Driver Suite is here for your installing pleasure.  The NXT2WIFI is pretty much done as far as I am concerned.  I may add some nice wrappers for sending Tweets and that sort of thing but maybe someone else can do that and I’ll add the code to the […]

     
  • Mindsensors GlideWheel-AS, Worth its Weight in Salt

    Mindsensors GlideWheel-AS, Worth its Weight in Salt

    Sensors November 10, 2012 13:25 2 comments

    I wanted to come up with a fun project for the new Mindsensors GlideWheel-AS Angle Sensor.  I wracked my brain as to what I could make that would be fun and not something obvious.  Maybe it was my man-flu/Ebola induced fever, but I came up with an idea: a weighing […]

     
  • ROBOTC 3.54 available now!

    ROBOTC 3.54 available now!

    ROBOTC November 4, 2012 08:31 9 comments

    After a slight delay after my initial 3.1 Driver Suite release, ROBITC 3.54 is finally available!  There have been so many changes and fixes to make ROBOTC even better than before.  This version also includes version 3.1 of my driver suite.  We’re currently working on collaborating even more with regards […]

     
  • Released: ROBOTC Driver Suite V3.1

    Released: ROBOTC Driver Suite V3.1

    ROBOTC Driver Suite November 2, 2012 19:25 13 comments

    There’s a new instalment of the Driver Suite.  It’s still a bit of a work in progress at the moment, with regards to the RS485 stuff.  I’m busy overhauling the RS485 code in the Dexter Industries dWifi and NXTBees, so for now, I would advise you to use temporary ones […]