RickL Posted April 8 Report Share Posted April 8 Hello PLC community! I am of the contention that the best way by far to "teach" is by working examples (ie: code clips and/or working app shells). I feel this is the very essence for a quality and enjoining PLC coding "help" community. This is my first time ever coding in PLC "ladder" paradigm. As I have coded in Java and C before , for functional end products, I already knew the "logical" and "coding" schema of the different languages required to interface with computers. My tactical approach to any new project is, for the best part, is on a "need to know" basis only. If I were to have "read" all of the immense Java libraries before I started coding, I would still be reading and not have completed any project. Working "code clips and app shells" are exceedingly powerful, and like no other by far, in getting a "newcomer" up to speed and soon self-sufficient. I propose to the Unitronic adms of this technical/coding "help" forum to establish an organized/indexed collection of documented "Code Clips and Sample App Shells" section. (headless and no general commentary). Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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