Best language for creating Mechas?
Best language for creating Mechas?
Scheme, of course.
Some compiled language i'd assume. You'd want your processes to be as fast as possible i guess.
Comes with shields built in)))))))
Assembly without a doubt, but not sure which processor architectures are least likely to fail. You know they wrote Rollercoaster Tycoon almost entirely in x86 assembly? They didn't want higher level languages slowing it down on older hardware so they buckled down and wrote it all in x86, kinda wild.
They? Wasn't it just one guy who did it?
They can be a singular reference user.
Chinese for the cost.
> Real time embedded systems
C with inline assembly*
Ivory, of course.
java, it runs on anything
>Best language for creating Mechas?
ASM for the motor/generator systems.
C/++ for sensory, targeting, thermals/temp, lighting, and battery management.
python for weapons systems.
(rockets, laser bursts/volley tweaking/rate of fire ect)
Go full analogic.
no, it can't
This is literally what I came to post.
Try harder normie
Ah yes, absolutely fucking yourself during development for optimization... great.
You can't create a mecha through programming alone, go learn some engineering kiddo.
Shut the fuck up, I-they worked hard and delivered an amazing product. So you shut the fuck up right now and don't you dare try to discredit their work.
"The man went to the store to purchase eggs."
"Huh, guess they like eggs."
English does not work that way.
A real time kernel written in C for managing resources and interfacing with hardware.
Also, a Haskell (or any other pure functional language) layer built on top of it for automation scripts and to build complex systems that indirectly interact with the hardware through the kernel.
Probably the same regulations as programs written for military aircraft. I don't think an explicit language is specified, but realistically it's all written in C/C++. Anything interpreted is out of the question.
Or you could get something debugged this century by using a type- and memory- safe language. Common Lisp (SBCL) is a first-class citizen on ROS (so is Python but that's not my favourite language).
Youre thinking of "Thee" not "They"
"They" can be used to refer to a single third party you samosa shitting punjab
Ok now go back to redd*t
Mechas are an outdated tech concept, surpassed by drones.
What a manned mecha can do, a remote-controlled drone can do better.
> not just hard coding everything into circuits
> remote controlled drone
> having latency
You're gonna still get BTFO by anything manned or any AI drone
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Never, this is our home now.
Mechas is the most retarded, mental masturbation tier of scifi ever created.
It's impractical in every aspect than a tank and an armored soldier with jetpacks makes more sense than that pile of rubish
Correct. It should be "guess xe likes eggs." :^)
>Doesn't know about 5G and the ultimate future war of remote-access mechs.
This is probably the most likely answer. Although you might want something better at handling multiple processes than python.
It'll probably be full of microcontollers and FPGAs programmed in C, C++ and VHDL
HTML5 + CSS3
If we ever make mecha they will have more than two legs
>le 5g is immune to speed of light
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It's purely a weeb trash thing.
actually, it was Starship Troopers the precursor of Mecha, there are some Verne shit but that's more fantasy than scifi
this is what I was looking for
Mechas are robots, so use C++ and ROS.
pip install pymecha
from pymecha import Mech
mech = Mech()
screaming into mercury delay lines
Human emotion engine like on the x68000.
Jquery and Angular will do the trick ;)
pretty much this,microcontrollers programmed in either C or C++ and some FPGAs programmed in either VHDL or Verilog.
Custom allocator and smart pointers for real-time components
Normal GC-driven code for UI
> Use Python
> 1s delay after each input
ren'py so you can give ur mech a lot of cute dialogue.
>Of one person
Nice try, you dumb naan eating nigger.
they can be useful in jungle wars, like Vietnam one, because it's very hard to get tanks in the jungle
These 3 are retarded
These 2 are turbo autistic
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For not C++ is the best bet for embedded systems. Lucky me I am planning to take this profession.
C and some hardware description language like VHDL for the stuff that makes up the mech.
Python and Matlab for design and engineering calculations that don't already have their own specialized software suite.
Many embedded systems have moved away from using ASM and are using mostly C. Usually ASM is only used for special features that are specific to the microcontroller being used.
FPGA are used a lot in embedded systems for digital signal processing related tasks or anything that needs to be either highly concurrent or deterministic.
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