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Re: [vox-tech] robots and mindstorm



Pete,

No firsthand experience, but I can tell you that your assumption is 
correct.  There is a language called Not Quite C by a guy named Dave 
Baum <http://www.enteract.com/~dbaum/nqc/>.  This guy has published a 
couple of books on Mindstorms, though I don't know if they're any good.  
I also have a book that you may have heard of -- Robot Builder's 
Bonanza, 2. ed, Gordon McComb -- which has a couple of of chapters on 
Mindstorms, including a cursory treatment of NQC.  The book is pretty 
hokey in places, but it has some useful info.  You'd be welcome to take 
a look at it if you'd like.

Matt

On Tuesday, June 25, 2002, at 08:01 PM, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:

> does anyone here play with lego mindstorm?
>
> let me rephrase that -- does anyone here play with lego mindstorm *under
> linux*?  i assume there are open source tools to download the firmware
> and program the RCX.   i'd like to chat about your experiences.
>
> pete
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