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APPENDIX INTRODUCTION TO BRICXCC AND NXC PROGRAMMING
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Getting Connected with BricxCC
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Here, I assume you ve already used the LEGO NXT-G programming software, so you know how to rename your NXT and how to make and download simple NXT-G programs. Also, I assume you have the NXT turned on and connected to the PC via USB (later I ll explain how to use Bluetooth). Open BricxCC by double-clicking its desktop icon or by clicking the icon installed in the Start menu. At startup, the Find Brick form shows up (see Figure A-1). This dialog asks which kind of brick you re going to use (notice that BricxCC can manage all kinds of programmable bricks produced by LEGO through the years), and how the brick should be connected.
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Figure A-1. The Find Brick form that shows up when you open BricxCC To use the NXT, you must first choose NXT from the drop-down list at the right, and Automatic from the left drop-down list. You don t have to worry about the Firmware radio buttons, because these options are meant for the RCX. Click OK and the IDE should find the brick; if everything went fine, no error message appears and the toolbar icons are lit up with their normal colors (otherwise they would look grayed compare Figures A-2 and A-3).
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Figure A-2. The BricxCC IDE with buttons enabled, when the NXT is connected
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Figure A-3. The BricxCC IDE with buttons disabled, meaning no brick is connected Connecting the NXT via Bluetooth is a bit more complicated. Follow these steps to get connected without encountering any problems: 1. Be sure to have Bluetooth enabled on your laptop or a Bluetooth dongle connected and correctly installed on your PC. Also, make sure you have your NXT brick turned on, with Bluetooth on and visible. When choosing the settings in the Find Brick form (see Figure A-1 again), select Automatic as before, and check the Bluetooth check box. Then click OK. BricxCC starts searching for Bluetooth-enabled NXTs, but it will eventually hang. Don t lose heart! Go on with the steps that, once done, let BricxCC find your NXT fast.
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Caution This step of the procedure might cause BricxCC to hang up. So, you need to force it to close by
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pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del, which terminates the process from the Task Manager.
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2. You must introduce every NXT you re going to use to your PC by using the Bluetooth Devices dialog (a feature present in Windows XP) once you have a Bluetooth dongle installed. To make them meet each other, open the Bluetooth Devices panel from the Control Panel or by double-clicking the icon you should have among the tray icons in the Windows application bar at the bottom of the screen, near the clock. In Figure A-4, you can see how my Bluetooth Devices dialog looks. You might have some items in yours, or none.
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Figure A-4. The Bluetooth Devices dialog in Windows XP 3. Click the Add button in the lower left of the panel and follow the instructions to make your NXT meet the PC and exchange greetings (see Figures A-5 and A-6). In those screens, click Next to proceed.
Figure A-5. The first step of the Add Bluetooth Device Wizard
APPENDIX INTRODUCTION TO BRICXCC AND NXC PROGRAMMING
Figure A-6. The Wizard found a new NXT device (named NXT). 4. You re then asked for a passkey. Just type in 1234 the default for any NXT brick (see Figure A-7) and click Next. Finally, click Finish in the last screen. At this point, your NXT (with the name you gave it) should be listed in the Bluetooth Devices (Devices tab).
Figure A-7. In this step of the Add Bluetooth Device Wizard, you must type in the passkey.
APPENDIX INTRODUCTION TO BRICXCC AND NXC PROGRAMMING
5. Next, select the NXT name just added to the list (NXT in Figure A-8), and click the Properties button in the lower right side of the panel. A new panel (like the one in Figure A-9) shows up. In the second line, you can read the Bluetooth address of the NXT.
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