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RobotC: Multithreading in TeleOp (controlling mode)


RobotC: Multithreading in TeleOp (controlling mode)

By : user2956120
Date : November 22 2020, 10:54 AM
I hope this helps you . Since this is Controller Mode, I'm assuming that you are setting the motors to stop when the corresponding button is not pressed.
code :
if([...])
[...]
else
{
   setMotorSpeed(motor10, 0);
}
int  Motor10Speed;
[...]
if([...])
[...]
else
{
   setMotorSpeed(motor10, Motor10Speed);
}
task mini_function();

task main()
{
[...]
}

task mini_function()
{
Motor10Speed = 50;
sleep(1000);
Motor10Speed = 0;
}


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code :
setTouchLEDRGB(portx, R,G,B);
#define NUM_PORTS 9

// 'int' should be the type of your port parameter
int ports[NUM_PORTS] = {PORTA, PORTB, etc};

for (int i = 0; i < NUM_PORTS; ++i) {
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}
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Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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By : Mem Isa
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By : rico
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue This is happening because the launch file is setting it to the default value. Try launching it as
code :
roslaunch teleop_twist_joy teleop.launch joy_dev:="/dev/input/js2" joy_config:="atk3"
roslaunch teleop_twist_joy teleop.launch joy_dev:="/dev/input/js2" joy_config:="xd3"
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