|Should download Packet I and review the chapter in the packet before you tackle the corresponding samples.|
|Ch. 1||Basic programming fundamentals such as display, if, while, for. |
Should always start with this first.
|Ch. 2||Basic programming fundamentals but with more complex logic|
Only for those who are more advanced. May skip to Ch.3
|Ch. 3||Fundamental motors motion and navigation|
Should always start with this when working with motors.
|Ch. 4||4.1 to 4.4: Fundamental sensors interfaces|
Should always start with this when working with sensors.
|--||4.5 to : Fundamental in encoder interfaces|
May skip 4.1 to 4.4 if your exercies do not need sensors.
|Ch. 5||Basic Gear Math - encoder vs distance vs degrees of rotation|
A must-do chapte rin order to understand encoders
|Ch. 6||Motor feedback control - avoid overshooting, and sync two motors|
A must-do chapterin order to have more accurate movements
|Ch. 7||Learn to write functions.|
Must learn how to write functions before tackling competition.
|Ch. 8||Button control|
Great to use when you want to have specific manual controls, such as calibration.