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  1. Easily move your robot using very short commands! rim('10(5flfl)') The code above demonstrates how your robot will do: By only one line of command! Easily import the source code: local rim = require('<this file>').interpret rim('ud') -- Go up and down E.g robot excavation: rim('32(15(16(xf)lfl)15(xf)xd2l)', robot.swingDown) Documentation is inside the source code (head). https://pastebin.com/L2JtJA61 Changelogs: - Added local scope to everything.
  2. With this eeprom you can send the drone any lua command via network message in port 123 and it will execute it and send the response as a broadcast in the same port (if there's no response you'll get a bunch of nil) local m = component.proxy(component.list("modem")()) m.open(123) local typ local data while true do while typ ~= "modem_message" do typ,_,_,_,_,data = computer.pullSignal() end local f = assert(load(data)) w,x,y,z = f() m.broadcast(123, w,x,y,z) typ = nil f = nil end
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