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Flowcode Training Videos

Posted: Thu May 12, 2011 5:41 pm
by DavidA
Hey guys,

Announcement on our new Flowcode training videos, we have created 30 easy to follow videos which walk you through the various aspects of Flowcode, from how to register your product to using RS232 over VNet.

Check out the new Learning Centre Training Video Page.

Also for anyone that has a YouTube account and would like to support Matrix and be the first to know about additional videos, please visit our YouTube channel and subscribe with the big "subscribe" button.

Matrix's YouTube Channel

Any comments or suggestions on the videos please post them here.

Thanks again!

List of Videos:

1.Walkthrough of installation
2.Walkthrough of product activation procedure
3.Flowcode introduction
4.First program
5.Output other values to a port
6.LED and LED array components
7.Using component macros 1
8.Using component macros 2
9.Program flow 1
10.Downloading a program
11.Program flow 2
14.Analogue Inputs
15.Switch icon to react to multiple states
16.Program flow 3
17.String manipulation
18.Using the panel
20.Customising C code for components
21.Adding own C code to program
22.Importing program from a different Flowcode variant
23.Using the ICD
24.Advanced components 1
25.Advanced components 2
26.Advanced components 3
27.Using the VNET to simulate CAN system
28.Using the MIAC with Flowcode, including the component macros
29.Using Formula Flowcode with Flowcode
30.Getting further help – routes to support

Re: Flowcode Training Videos

Posted: Sat Sep 03, 2011 8:04 pm
by Jan Lichtenbelt
Hi David,

Very nice video's. If they were available when I started, then a lot of questions should have been answered by these video's.

But I have a question. In de C-code video, the last C-statement is "FCV_B=45". Is that correct, or should that be: "FCV_B=45;" ?

Kind regards,

Jan Lichtenbelt

Re: Flowcode Training Videos

Posted: Sat Sep 03, 2011 11:30 pm
by Spanish_dude
Hi Jan,

There should be a semicolon ;).
Without it, the compiler will complain that there's a semicolon missing.