Jul 1, 2006

Real Life calls...

I'll be out of town July 3-7 - very limited Internet access (probably none at all). All you readers in the USA have a safe and enjoyable 4th of July.

To all our readers, please continue to submit your comments and experiences...

Jim

6 comments:

Brian Davis said...

And I'll actually chime in as a comment - I'll also be enjoying some family time and away from the internet until after the 4th. Enjoy your holiday weekend, everyone... and we're still hammering in the Clicking Brick of Doom issue, honest. Now, to pack...

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Brian Davis

mindmaker said...

I am looking for information on Ralph Hempel's version of Forth to be used in the Lego Mindstorms NXT. On 7 June 2006 I had a breakthrough in the Mind.Forth AI program that I would like to see ported to the Lego Mindstorms NXT.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone have an idea on how to get multiple processes running within a loop? I've seen pictures of it on the blog, but no matter what I do with the mouse I can't seem to get it to happen in the NXT software.

Brian Davis said...

I'm not sure if Ralph is porting Forth to the NXT or not (I'll try to find out - there are a lot of 3rd party SW offerings "in the works" as it were).

What problems are people having getting multiple sequences within a loop? Does the editor give you an error, or it's just devilishly hard to figure out how to drop orphan blocks into a loop?

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Brian Davis

Joubarc said...

If I read this message from Philo correctly, using parallel threads (beams) in a loop isn't possible; but apparently you can circumvent that using a user block. Hope it helps.

Brian Davis said...

Yes... but read my response to Philo on this. It seems (unless this has been disabled in the current software - remember, I don't have that yet) that you can do parallel sequences within loops (and presumably Switches, where this is also an issue).

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Brian Davis

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