Gadgetguy

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  1. Thank you all for the good pointers. Now I am up to the bookstore and will have something to read :)
  2. Thank you for the suggestion. I will definitely check out the education software. For now I copied the help files into a word file and then saved as PDF - that gives me a printable more or less complete reference.
  3. Thank you for the prompt reply. I can of course do what you suggest. But what I have found working best for me is first reading up on what I can do (commands, syntax etc.) then when I build I know where to look. That is why I was hoping to find the complete reference first - so I can read it (ideally in a paper book and not buy looking at a bunch of online help files). A sort of solution would be to export the online help files and print them - but I really do not want to do that one by one. Is there a way to mass export them to lets say PDF?
  4. Hello all, Just got a Mindstorms EV3 set. Before I start building, I am looking for a reference guide, which would summarize all programming blocks and what their various options are. I looked at several programming (and general) Mindstorms EV3 books - they typically describe the various blocks, but only to the extent required to make the point they want to make. I have not found a complete reference yet - is there one? Where? I prefer to read up first on any (new) programming environment / language / tool I start to use, so I would like to this for the EV3 as well. Thank you for any suggestions! T