Who here uses EasyC?

We’re putting together a team website for the year, and after a couple years using EasyC there are a few tricks we thought we would share with people on there that just aren’t in the tutorials. I was curious if anyone here used EasyC, and would be interested in us posting some stuff on here.

So far, we plan to go through using the LCD screen for Autonomous selection and variable or sensor readouts, as well as using sensors to do basic things like determine which side of the field the robot is on or make perfect 90 degree turns.

If that’s of interest to anyone, let me know and I’ll post some updates here when the website is up.

I would be interested in this, I use EasyC and any tips would always make life easier.

Thanks :slight_smile:

I program my A robot in RobotC and B robot in EasyC. (facepalm)
I know my team would greatly appreciate some EasyC tricks so that I don’t have to do it anymore. :smiley:

I would be interested as well.

Okay, cool. I have another day of finals, and I plan to start making the first tutorials next week. I’ll need to get some stuff to my house first, as it’s all at school.

Any particular requests? Like I said, I was going to do some stuff with the LED Screen and sensors. I also have a couple of other things we’ve written, including a new control setup for Mecanum drive that I thought I would do ahead and share with the community at large.

Maybe you could add your tips to the wiki!



That way, future generations of EasyC-using-students can access your helpful ideas more easily :-)](https://vexforum.com/wiki/index.php/EasyC)



That way, future generations of EasyC-using-students can access your helpful ideas more easily :-)](https://vexforum.com/wiki/index.php/EasyC)

Those are… tragically out of date and not really useful. I don’t really know where to start. It’s all going to be on YouTube for people to see, though.

I was just going to start over using videos. I could work with some people to create and/or fix the EasyC wiki, I guess. That just didn’t occur to me as an idea. When we as a team were talking about what we could do to help the community, YouTube was the first thought we had. Would you guys really be more interested in the wiki than video tutorials? We could look into doing that.

Both are good ideas, but the videos on YouTube are more practical. Later you could do the Wiki and put a link in there. …and here too (in this thread).
And in respond to your original question… My team use EasyC. :smiley: