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Robot software is the coded commands that tell a mechanical device (known as a robot) what tasks to perform and control its actions. Robot software is used to perform tasks and automate tasks to be performed. Programming robots is a non-trivial task.

Most robot programs have a similar structure. It consists of 4 major parts.

Declarations and Variables

Subroutines and Functions

Initialization

The Main Loop

The smallest lexically and syntactically correct robot program is called Karell ++

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