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|Turn Motor On|
Prior to Scratch 2.0, this block was named Motor On.
Nothing can be done with LEGO WeDo if the motor cannot be simply turned on.
Some common uses for the Turn Motor On block:
- Making a vehicle move forever
when gf clicked turn [motor v] on
- A fan that alternates whether it's on or off
when [space v] key pressed turn [motor v] on wait until <not<key [space v] pressed?>> wait until <key [space v] pressed?> turn [motor v] off wait until <not<key [space v] pressed?>>
- Continuously moving motors
when [space v] key pressed turn [motor v] on wait until <not <key [space v] pressed?>> turn [motor v] off