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From: (Neil Thewarapperuma)
Subject: Mindstorms SDK released
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Date: Tue, 10 Nov 1998 10:46:07 GMT
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"Download Page

 Technical Reference Document
467 KB, .zip
This Technical Reference document tells you how to use SPIRIT.OCX directly
to write LEGO MINDSTORMS RCX or LEGO Technic CyberMaster programs, providing
more detailed control over the LEGO Programmable Bricks.

All examples in this document are written as Microsoft Visual Basic programs
(version 5.0) but other environments such as Borland Delphi/C++ Building
have been used successfully.

This document is not intended as a general introduction to programming VB or
other systems. The reader is assumed to be familiar with the different
programming environments.

You may need to download the Adobe Acrobat Reader to read this zipped pdf

 Sample VB Project
4 KB, .zip
This example project shows a small application that sets up the
communication and presents a few buttons for querying the PBrick, setting a
few properties and finally downloading a small program. "



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