Bricx Command Center

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Bricx Command Center
Logo Bricxcc.png
Screenshot of Bricx Command Center
Screenshot of Bricx Command Center
Developer(s) John Hansen
Stable release
3.3.8.8 / 2010-06-29
Operating system Microsoft Windows
License MPL 1.1/MPL 1.0
Website bricxcc.sourceforge.net

Bricx Command Center (BricxCC) is the integrated development environment (IDE) of Next Byte Codes (NBC), Not Quite C (NQC) and Not eXactly C (NXC). These programming languages are used to program the Robots in the Lego Mindstorms series. Not Quite C and Not eXactly C have a syntax like C. Bricx Command Center is currently limited to computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system. However, a version for the Linux operating system is currently in development. It is written by John Hansen.

Custom firmware[edit]

Unlike other programming languages for the Lego Mindstorms series like ROBOTC, custom firmware is not needed. However, it is needed when the Lego Mindstorms NXT Intelligent Brick must connect with Bricx Command Center via Bluetooth or when increasing robot performance[1] and functionality (various NBC/NXC Enhanced Firmware exclusive syscalls).

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Daniele Benedettelli, Chapter 9, Page 518, Creating Cool LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT Robots

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