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although if $100 is too expensive then the arduino is an excellent choice. it's cheep and does most anything.
I looked up the Roboduino, which looks okay. Does it have anything less than the Arduino?
Also, I need to look at programmers and need to know what languages I need to use.
Oh, and on the motors and the Roboduino do I just plug and play?
the best advice i can give you for programming is don't look for programming help on the internet.
Quote from: blackbeard on February 26, 2010, 09:30:07 AMthe best advice i can give you for programming is don't look for programming help on the internet. What! If you ask for programming help on this forum, i think a lot of people would be more than happy to help you! Sure, books are good. But what happens if you don't understand it?Can you ask the book? No. I think the experience of this forum far exceeds any book.Still, books are good to have, but don't be scared to ask for some help if need be.