VEX Functions Sensors
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|word ifiInterruptPorts[tSensors sensor]|
|(word) This array is used by the "sensor and motor setup" wizard to map a regular "sensor" port with an interrupt port. This is only used for the two types of sensors (sonar sensors and quadrature encoders) that are interrupt based. All the other sensors are non-interrupt based. Both of these sensors use two digital I/O pins; one of which must be a interrupt pin.
|(int) Internal variable used by the "motor and sensor setup" wizard. Contains the number of analog channels on a VEX. The remaining channels will be treated as digital sensors.
|const word SensorBoolean[tSensors sensor]|
|(word) This returns a true or false reading from the sensor. (Mostly used by Touch sensors).
|word SensorRaw[tSensors sensor]|
|(word) This array value will return the "raw" (un-normalized) value of a sensor. Usually this is the raw A-D converted value, which is an analog value between 0 to 1023.
|TSensorTypes SensorType[tSensors sensor]|
|(TSensorTypes) The SensorType array is used to specify what type of sensor is connected to a certain port. Most users should not have to use this functionality and should use the Motors and Sensor Setup instead.
|word SensorValue[tSensors sensor]|
|(word) This array value returns the value of the sensor in a normalized fashion. Rather than returning a raw value of 0 to 1023, ROBOTC will interpret the data from the "SensorType" and return a more accurate representation of the sensor's data. An example of this is the Light Sensor, which will return a percentage value from 0 to 100.