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I tried sending commands with the serial but with no success.
The send command doesn't accept any logo command as an input only numbers...
Maybe I'll represent the commands using numbers in a table of some sort?
First command will be "seth" second will be the value
2. Instead of using a table I thought of another way using microworlds
link library like malloc , db and so on, in order to create in the memory
the command I want to send and then to send their address through the port,
there the commands are stored in bytes, but there isn't much info in the
help file on how to use those commands could you direct my to a better
source of information
3. You mentioned that you think working with files his easier how come?
With your help I created a data (DB) base of commands but from that DB I
still need to translate the command into a binary code before I'll send him
using some complicated C or C++ code, and after that I need create a code
that will check if there are any new files to convert and send.
Am I correct or I missed something? Do you know how to create that sort of
code in C? I tried but then I saw the logo option and it's seems simpler.
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From: Rotem Kimchi <rotemk2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: manipulating text files and serial port communication
To: MicroWorlds Forum mwforum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
2010/11/14 Daniel Ajoy <da.ajoy@xxxxxxxxx>
> On Sun, 14 Nov 2010 03:41:45 -0500, Rotem Kimchi <
> rotemk2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> You never told us what you wanted to do... What do you want to send? Where
> do you want to send it?
> Hi Daniel,
> I built a real robot and I want to control him using a robot that I built
> in Logo MicroWorld Pro in order to compare the performance between them.
> I want to send information about the actions that my logo robot did
> (detected a color, went through a maze...) to the real life robot in
> order to mimic the logo robot. In order to send the info i will use RF
> because I want to transmit to long distances and with low power(bluetooth)
> and with no need to be in direct visual sight of the robot (infrared)
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To save an attachment to your computer, PC users should right-click (Mac users, click and hold the mouse button) on the link and then choose 'save target as' from the pop-up menu. A window will then pop up in which you can choose a location for the file.