The Start Block in the EV3 programming software Pro Preview

In EV3 you can create a new thread in two ways - using a new start block or using wires. In this tutorial we will take a look at the Start Block.

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  • 22 Mar 2019

The start block is the first block under the orange Flow Control palette. 

 

Once you have put the start block on the canvas, you will have a new thread. Once the program is running, a new thread will be invoked for each of the start blocks on the canvas and the corresponding blocks with instructions will be executed. So, a solution to the problem "Program a robot to move in a square while waving its hand back and forth" will look like this:

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