Dec 222017
 
T-Robots v2.00 allows you to program robots to fight and compete against one-another. Supports most graphic cards (VGA, EGA, CGA, MCGA, Hercules, etc). Includes a GIF of the robot design schematics and over a dozen sample
File T-ROBS20.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
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T-Robots v2.00 allows you to program robots to fight and compete against one-another. Supports most graphic cards (VGA, EGA, CGA, MCGA, Hercules, etc). Includes a GIF of the robot design schematics and over a dozen sample
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
BOMB.TR 1164 350 deflated
CHASER.TR 743 264 deflated
COMMENTS.TXT 1186 593 deflated
DEMO.BAT 21 21 stored
DEMO.DAT 48 41 deflated
DRUNK.TR 255 163 deflated
EXP.TR 547 223 deflated
EXP2.TR 943 329 deflated
KILL.TR 914 309 deflated
KILL1.TR 574 233 deflated
LASBLAST.TR 408 127 deflated
PRINTDOC.BAT 85 75 deflated
RANDMAN.TR 469 237 deflated
README.1ST 975 536 deflated
ROB3.TR 116 91 deflated
ROBOT1.TR 250 139 deflated
ROBOT2.TR 580 213 deflated
ROBOT3.TR 1171 329 deflated
ROBOT4.TR 743 265 deflated
SNIPER.TR 429 181 deflated
SPIN.TR 25 22 deflated
SUICIDAL.TR 486 161 deflated
T-ROBOT.GIF 3303 3303 stored
T-ROBOT2.GIF 4342 4342 stored
T-ROBOTS.DOC 42043 12946 deflated
T-ROBOTS.EXE 164144 63793 deflated
T-ROBOTS.ICO 766 177 deflated
TARGET.TR 766 281 deflated
TARGET2.TR 828 311 deflated
VAR-ROB.TR 334 217 deflated

Download File T-ROBS20.ZIP Here

Contents of the README.1ST file



Included is a file called T-ROBOT.GIF which is a
picture of the robot design. You can view it with
any GIF veiwer (probably CSHOW). To see a more detailed
image, look at T-ROBOT2.GIF.
CSHOW and GIF are registered trademarks of CompuServe.

Also included is a file called T-ROBOTS.ICO which is
an icon for T-Robots for all you windows-lovers.


There should also be a file called COMMENTS.TXT, which
is a file containing comments by other T-robot users.
Feel free to read it for hints, and to make your own
comments!

Be sure to read what you can from the documentation.
There is a lot of useful info. If you keep most things
in mind, you can make an extremely efficient program.
Some of the sample robots are VERY good fighters, so
don't be discouraged. And what makes them good? Well,
they were written to take advantage of the incomplete
boolean evaluation in conjunction with slow commands,
for example.


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