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Not Quite C is a simple language with a C-like syntax that can be used to program Lego's RCX programmable brick (from the Mindstorms set). link updated July 1, 2006
Bricx Command Center 3.3 http://bricxcc.sourceforge.net/ link updated July 1, 2006
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Fifth Grade Students at The Lakeview School designed and built their Mindstorm Robots while in Science and Computer Lab http://www.cattanach.org/yellowbricklogo/fifthgrade/ link added July 1, 2006
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