VEXcode is the language and software that VEX EDR robots are programmed in. VEXcode is a modified version of C++ built for VEX Robotics.
Learn more about VEXcode Pro here (VEXcode also has VEXcode Blocks, a drag-and-drop interface similar to scratch, but we will be using VEXcode pro): https://www.vexrobotics.com/vexcode-pro
Note: VEX recently renamed their "VEXcode Text" program into "VEXcode Pro". The new "VEXcode Text" is now a drag-and-drop-style programming interface completely different from the original.
Go to www.vexrobotics.com/vexcode-download, and scroll down to "VEXcode Pro V5". Download VEXcode for your appropriate operating system.
If you have previous programming experience, especially with C++ or a similar language, programming in VEXcode may come relatively quick to you. Regardless, we have compiled a list of resources below that we believe will be useful to both those who have previous coding experience, as well as those who do not.
4-Part VEXcode Tutorial
To start off, we recommend watching this intuitive 4-part tutorial on VEXcode.
Basics (semicolon, brackets, etc.)
types of braking