You would need to substitute use of the motor ports, and associated
Motor objects, in place of the ContinuousRotationServo objects. The
ContinuousRotationServo class creates a Motor facade for a servo,
allowing the program to control the servo as if it were a regular DC
There's a motor example in \Program
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> For driving a fire-fighting bot I want to use two PWM-controlled
> (from Solarbotics) instead of servos because it seems more
> for providing driving power -- after all, motors are designed for
> while servos are for going backwards and forwards.
> Can I just treat them as ContinuousRotationServo?