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Nov
10
comment What is the most cost effective way to get basic bricks in bulk?
See also: Is it possible to buy a bulk of 1000s of basic bricks (mostly 2x4)?
Nov
3
reviewed No Action Needed How can I fix my chewed up LEGO head?
Nov
3
reviewed No Action Needed Best way to match minifigs and tell what set they are from?
Nov
3
reviewed Reviewed El Capitan OS X and Nxt v2
Nov
3
reviewed No Action Needed Lego Star Wars age limits?
Nov
3
comment Lego Star Wars age limits?
See also Why does LEGO have a maximum age limit
Nov
3
reviewed No Action Needed Why does LEGO have a maximum age limit?
Nov
2
reviewed Approve Connect 39k3 powerpack to 417j3 motor
Oct
27
revised Wiring and Controlling an 88004 servo from a RaspberryPI
added 59 characters in body; edited title
Oct
25
awarded  Yearling
Oct
19
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
8
revised Questions about the company
Removed email address, feel free to add it to your profile :); edited tags
Sep
29
revised Is there a way to buy a customized minifig?
added 85 characters in body
Sep
29
answered Is there a way to buy a customized minifig?
Sep
23
revised What about these old houses?
added 6 characters in body
Sep
23
revised RCX 2.0 Firmware downloaded successfully but “Run” does nothing
added 11 characters in body
Sep
23
comment “file error!” appears on nxt why?
Don't forget that #import "road.txt" creates an implicit byte array named after the filename (in this case road) when it loads the file if you don't specify a name for the array - you're then redefining that 1d array into a 2d char array - that might be the issue - try removing the #import directive.
Sep
23
revised identifier expected?
Removed answer from the question ;)
Sep
23
revised identifier expected?
Clarified that the answer is indeed the solution to the problem.
Sep
18
comment How can I invert the direction of blocks in a structure?
Indeed, however it used to be acceptable, and if I'd done it via only one stud that would be fine if a little less secure.