Bricx Command Center (BricxCC) is a highly popular Windows-based IDE for programming LEGO programmable bricks using NQC as well as MindScript, LASM, C++, C, Pascal, Java, and Forth. Program the new NXT brick using NBC and NXC.

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  • I enjoy BricxCC so much. I remember when I first discovered this, and how little I knew about coding. This software gave me the ability to use my Lego NXT(1st gen) to introduce me to the world of programming, and now, this software is even more meaningful with my knowledge of computing. This program is so easy to use, has far more capabilities than the LabView software included with the set, and is, in my opinion, the best tool to have for the Lego NXT/EV3. I think what you (the developer) made is the greatest thing thing that has ever happened to Lego.

  • NXC is perfect way, how to use every feature of NXT brick and more! Bug reporting is not available, why? I have probably found one i2c bug in 1.2.1.r5.

  • Bricxcc is the best! Thanks.

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  • Thanks for Bricxcc, it's the best!

  • Good and useful software

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Education, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

Delphi/Kylix, Pascal

Registered

2002-12-04