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[DPRG] Contests at the Science Place

Subject: [DPRG] Contests at the Science Place
From: Charlie W Youngblood chaz128 at juno.com
Date: Thu Feb 7 12:15:25 CST 2002

Not really "worried" about the rules, just explaning the why behind
the  rules as they are, and having consistant rules. If I can get the 
software to run, then my robot will run. Mindstorm v.2. 

	Charlie Youngblood

On Thu, 07 Feb 2002 05:10:07 -0600 Rodent <daweasel at swbell.net> writes:
>Judging by the amount of people worried about the quick-trip rules, we
>should have 50 entries in that event. Looking forward to competing 
>agin' ya!
>
>----- Original Message -----
>:
>> >I think he meant on the return trip to area A. The whole robot has 
>to
>> >enter
>> >area B, but we should only need the robot to break the line 
>denoting
>> >area A
>> >to complete the course.
>> >
>> >----- Original Message -----
>
>> I disagree. The part of the robot that starts the clock should be 
>the
>> part
>> of the robot that stops the clock. If a robot doesn't turn around 
>then
>> all of the robot should have to enter area A to stop the clock.
>
>
>
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