So I have a question regarding I/O and tying it to position registers or argument registers.
If you’ve seen my posts before, I’m a laser engineer who’s now working with mainly robots in order to integrate different robotic applications.
When you’re laser welding, air flow is a main component to quality welds as well as not spending money replacing cover lenses. On prior jobs I would just turn those bits on and off as needed relative to what position the robot would be moving to; while this works, it leaves my main program really long and messy— I was wondering, is there a way for me to tie those DO’s to certain positions without necessarily making a bunch of position registers? I’ve heard of some people using argument registers to do so.
I’ve seen a lot of things people are able to do with these robots, especially if they’re knowledgeable in writing Karel; I’m good at C++/C as well as Python so I’m really interested in getting more experienced with the actual computer science side of these machines.