I need help with my autonomous

ok i will complete the program i will tell you if i have any more problems

i finnised the program

but it still will not download

Could you post the error message.
When you say it does not download, did it compile, or is there a connection issue.


We download it and it is not dining what we tell it to

It does not say a error it says it is downloaded but when we run it it does not do what the codes says to do

The most likely case is that everything is working correctly and you have a bug in your code. What exactly isn’t working, is it usercontrol or autonomous? Does it not do anything at all or does it do something, but that something is incorrect? Are the controls and motor ports set up correctly?

Also uploading your current code again would help, since I assume it change since this post.


it is autonomous when we download it to the brain and run it iy does the old v5 text autonomous#include “main.h”

pros::Controller c(pros::E_CONTROLLER_MASTER);
pros::Motor DriveL(6);
pros::Motor DriveR(7);
pros::Motor IntakeL(1);
pros::Motor IntakeR(3);
pros::Motor Placer(5);

void set Drive(int l, int r)

void set Intake(int p)

void set Placer(int p)

void initialize() {

void disabled() {}

void competition initialize() {}

void autonomous() {
set Intake(1000)
set Drive(127,127);
set Drive(127,127);
set Drive(0,0);


void op control() {
int x,y;
while (true) {
x = abs(c.get_analog(pros::E_CONTROLLER_ANALOG_LEFT_Y)) > 5 ? c.get_analog(pros::E_CONTROLLER_ANALOG_LEFT_Y) : 0;
y = abs(c.get_analog(pros::E_CONTROLLER_ANALOG_LEFT_X)) > 5 ? c.get_analog(pros::E_CONTROLLER_ANALOG_LEFT_X) : 0;

	set Drive(y+x,x-y);

		set Intake(127);
	else if(c.get_digital(pros::E_CONTROLLER_DIGITAL_L1))
		set Intake(-127);
		set Intake(0);

		set Placer(127);
	else if(c.get_digital(pros::E_CONTROLLER_DIGITAL_DOWN))
		set Placer(-127);
		set Placer(0);



First please use ``` before and after your code to tell vex forum to display it as code.

Second you still haven’t rename the function since function names cannot have spaces and yours do.

This means your code doesn’t compile and so when your upload it re-uploadeds the old code.

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this is what it is saying

That… is not a compilation error. I’m not super-experienced with the PROS editor but that appears to be some menu text.

I suggest you implement the fix @Codec and I have pointed out (remove spaces from function names) and try to recompile the code, then post the error text you get (if any).


we got ride of the spaces and i dont know if it is compiled or not

What does it say when you hit compile?

there is no compile button

Sorry I keep forgetting, in pros the button is labeled build. The red circle shows the build button.Screenshot (24)


thank you for that

ok the pros was not working so i swiched back to v5 text and it says this when i download it
make process closed with exit code : 2

That just means “your code has errors”.

For more details about which errors, scroll up in the “output” tab, there will be more text that details what your errors are. Red-colored text is particularly important.

We’d be happy to help you debug your program, but that would require seeing it. Please copy and paste your entire program into a reply (remember to add ``` before and after for formatting), as well as the entire contents of the “problems” tab when you try to compile the program.

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vex/mkrules.mk:23: warning: overriding recipe for target ‘build/2148A’
vex/mkrules.mk:17: warning: ignoring old recipe for target ‘build/2148A’
vex/mkrules.mk:23: warning: overriding recipe for target ‘with’
vex/mkrules.mk:17: warning: ignoring old recipe for target ‘with’
vex/mkrules.mk:27: warning: overriding recipe for target ‘with’
vex/mkrules.mk:23: warning: ignoring old recipe for target ‘with’
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make: Circular with <- build/2148A dependency dropped.
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make: *** [vex/mkrules.mk:23: build/2148A] Error 1

[error]: make process closed with exit code : 2