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Edison Event switching - Limitations - EdScratch
June 6, 2019
6:47 am
Mike
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There should be code that enables you to be able to switch back to other code with a type of event trigger like as an example: 

(Move: 1 CM) 

(Wait: 1 sec) 

(Trigger: Event_One)

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This would greatly improve things like being able to do tons of scenarios for specific things like if light was at 40 and so it would trigger another event to control the situation.

I very much hope you consider having this because in my class I want to be able to have multiple chunks of code that can only run when triggered by other code which adds to simplicity and opens a gate way to very complex but amazing things. 

- Your 7th grade student edison

June 7, 2019
9:44 am
Isaac Nelson
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Hi Mike,

Thank you for your suggestion for EdScratch.

We do have some pre-set trigger events in EdScratch. If you have a look under the tab for 'Events' you can trigger new parts of the code using things like button pressed, clap detected, drive strain detected etc. 

These are great fun to play around with.

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