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Introduction to Flowcode

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This section is designed to allow those who are new to Flowcode to understand how Flowcode can be used to develop programs. This section has been designed to allow you to enter programs step-by-step to learn about how Flowcode works. We advise that you work through each section as this will familiarise you with all of the options and features in Flowcode, as well as introduce you to a range of programming techniques.

As you are working through this section please also refer to the Flowcode help file.

This section will introduce you to each of the main Flowcode icons in turn. Don't feel that you need to work through this rigorously: use the labs as a guide and go through each section as you need to.

Specifically in this section you will learn:

  • The use each of the Flowcode icons (except the C code icon) and how each icon is used.
  • How the fundamental components in Flowcode work: LED, LCD, ADC, Switch, 7 Segment Display, 7 Segment Quad Display, Keypad, EEPROM

Following Along: The Importance of Alt+Tab

You could print each page of this course out and follow the printed instructions as you work through the course.

Or you can use the Alt+Tab windows shortcut: Press and hold the Alt key, whilst the Alt key is down, press and release the Tab key. You will see a window that displays all of the Windows applications open. If you press the Tab key again whilst the Alt key is still held down then you can scroll through the applications that are open. You can use this shortcut to switch between this on-screen course and Flowcode easily and improve productivity.

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