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Heather,

One concern I would have is are you able to print the program out and hand it to the technical judges?  The judges seem appreciative when the kids hand that to them and it gives the judges more to remember you by when they are assigning awards.  The other concern I would have is that you may not be able to back these programs up.  If your NXT brick goes down you loose everything.  Look into these issues if you decide to program directly
on the NXT brick.

Rich Tate
Team 8047

On 10/8/2011 12:19 PM, Heather Dyson wrote:
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Hi Everyone,
 
One of my kids likes programming directly on the NXT brick. I had thought that the kids were only supposed to use the RoboLab or NXT-G software and I checked the rule again and saw LEGO MINDSTORMS on there too. What is the LEGO MINDSTORMS software? Is that the software on the NXT brick? So basically I want to know if it would be okay to program on the brick.
 
Thanks!
Heather
 

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