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You can use this PDF link: [[cdn.robotc.net/pdfs/natural-language/Natural_Language_Cortex.pdf VEX Natural Language PDF]]
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The ROBOTC Natural Language Library aims at making learning and using text-based programming languages easier for beginners. The Natural Language Library is filled with commands that are both easy to use and easy to remember. Natural Language commands encompass entire robot behaviors into a single command.
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Natural Language can be enabled in ROBOTC by going to the Robot menu, then Platform Type, and then by selecting one of the Natural Language options.

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We are repairing this page. Archive can be found at: http://web.archive.org/web/20130511154941/http://www.robotc.net/wiki/VEX_Natural_Language

You can use this PDF link: cdn.robotc.net/pdfs/natural-language/Natural_Language_Cortex.pdf VEX Natural Language PDF

The ROBOTC Natural Language Library aims at making learning and using text-based programming languages easier for beginners. The Natural Language Library is filled with commands that are both easy to use and easy to remember. Natural Language commands encompass entire robot behaviors into a single command.

Natural Language can be enabled in ROBOTC by going to the Robot menu, then Platform Type, and then by selecting one of the Natural Language options.