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I know that we can get continuous movement using a loop. But many programs in youtube videos and other places doesn't use loop and still get the continuous movement. So I am trying to understand if I am  missing anything here. Below program should move certain distance as per the one of the article in legoengineering.com but it doesn't move at all in our case.

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On Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 10:24 PM, Sreeni Konanki <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Hi All,
           Based on our understanding below program should continuously run the motors connected to ports B and C as it is set to "on", when we are trying to execute this we are not seeing this happening as we see the motors only try to move but doesn't move continuously. We don't see any issue with the motors as such, as we see the motors rotating when set to On for seconds or On for Degress or rotations. Please let me know if we are doing anything incorrect or is our understanding incorrect.

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Thanks,
Sreeni Konanki




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Thanks,
Sreeni Konanki


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