How to Find Documentation for Programming in VEX Coding Studio
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Users who transition to VEXcode can migrate their C++/C++ Pro projects to VEXcode Text by following this article.
Step 1: Visit the VEX Coding Studio Command Reference site.
- Visit the VEX Coding Studio Command Reference site for a comprehensive reference on all the commands in each language in VEX Coding Studio (VCS): Modkit, VEX C++, and C++ Pro.
Step 2: Use the built-in tooltip help as you type.
- VCS will provide tooltip help as you program, by providing auto-complete suggestions for commands and descriptive text for command usage.
- Note: tooltips are not available in Modkit (block or text)