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Topics Covered

  • ROBOTC Graphical
  • Command Blocks
  • Moving Forward Program
  • Lesson Links

    Check Your Understanding:
    1. 1. What is the name of the programming software for the EV3?
    2. EV3-C
    3. 2. To make sure ROBOTC is properly configured to program the EV3, you should:
    4. Make sure that the “Robot” > “Platform Type” is set to “EV3”
      Make sure that the “Robot” > “Compiler Target” is set to “Physical Robot” when you’re using a real EV3 robot
      Make sure that the “Robot” > “Compiler Target” is set to “Virtual Worlds” when you’re using a virtual EV3 robot
      All of the above
    5. 3. You can build a ROBOTC Graphical program by:
    6. Dragging commands from the Graphical Functions area on the left, and dropping them into the program area on the right.
      Using text-to-speech on your computer to dictate what you want the robot to do.
      Typing all of the commands and syntax very carefully.
      Reverse engineering the firmware loaded on the EV3 Brick.
    7. 4. True or False: Robots run commands one-at-a-time, starting at the top of the program.
    8. True: The robot runs in sequence, starting from the top to the bottom.
      False: The robot runs lines that has highest priority.
    9. 5. True or False: The boxes built into a command block allows you to change how the robot will run that command.
    10. True: The boxes changes how the robot runs that command.
      False: Changing the boxes doesn't affect how the robot would run that command.