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ROBOT C for CORTEX While Loops Part 1. While Loops. A while loop is a structure within ROBOTC which allows a section of code to be repeated as long as a certain condition remains true. There are three main parts to every while loop. 1. The word “while”.

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Robot c for cortex while loops part 1

ROBOTC for CORTEXWhile Loops Part 1


While loops

While Loops

  • A while loop is a structure within ROBOTC which allows a section of code to be repeated as long as a certain condition remains true.

  • There are three main parts to every while loop.


1 the word while

1. The word “while”

  • Every while loop begins with the keyword “while”.


2 the condition

2. The Condition

  • The condition controls how long or how many times a while loop repeats. While the condition is true, the while loop repeats; when the condition is false, the while loop ends and the robot moves on in the program.

  • The condition is checked every time the loop repeats, before the commands between the curly braces are run.


3 commands to be repeated

3. Commands to be Repeated

  • Commands placed between the curly braces will repeat while the (condition) is true when the program checks at the beginning of each pass through the loop.


Boolean logic

Boolean Logic

Decisions robots make must always based on questions which have only two possible answers: yes or no, true or false.

Statements that can be only true or false are called Boolean statements, and their true-or-false value is called a truth value.


Boolean logic1

Boolean Logic


Boolean logic2

Boolean Logic


Boolean logic3

Boolean Logic


Boolean logic4

Boolean Logic


While loop exercises

While Loop Exercises

  • Example 1: Program the green LED to repeatedly turn on for 2 seconds, then off for 2 seconds, forever.

  • Example 2: Expand the previous program to loop only while the limit switch is not pressed.


While loop exercises1

While Loop Exercises

  • Example 3: Program the right motor to spin forward until the potentiometer value is greater than 2048. Then program it to spin in reverse until the potentiometer value is less than 2048. Repeat while the limit switch isn’t pressed.


Additional information

Additional Information


Cmu resources

CMU Resources

  • ROBOTC.net: http://www.robotc.net/

    • The ROBOTC Forum: http://www.robotc.net/forums/

    • Post your homework and questions here!

  • ROBOTC PLTW Page: http:// www.robotc.net/pltw

  • VEX Cortex Video Trainer

    • http://www.education.rec.ri.cmu.edu/products/teaching_robotc_cortex/index.html

  • Robotics Academy

    • http://www.education.rec.ri.cmu.edu/content/vex/index.htm


Homework

Homework

  • Program 1: Program the right motor to spin forward for 3 seconds, then reverse for 3 seconds, forever.

  • Program 2: Program the left and right motors to spin forward until the potentiometer value is greater than 2048. Then program the motors to turn off and the LED to turn on until the potentiometer value is less than 2048. Repeat while the limit switch is not pressed.

  • Watch the “Robot Decision Making” video (should be included with this webinar.


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