Definitive Guide to LEGO MINDSTORMS, Second Edition Softcover reprint of the original 2nd ed. Edition

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ISBN-13: 978-1590590638
ISBN-10: 1590590635
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Dave Baum is a principal staff engineer at Motorola. With the advent of LEGO MINDSTORMS, Baum was able to combine two of his favorite pastimes: programming and building with LEGO. He then developed Not Quite C (NQC), a powerful language for programming MINDSTORMS robots that has been widely accepted by advanced users. Visit Dave's personal website at BaumFamily.org/NQC.

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