Reflex Language Reference¶
- re·flex: ˈrēˌfleks/
(noun: reflex; plural noun: reflexes) An action that is performed as a response to a stimulus and without conscious thought.
The Reflex language is a high level, C-like language designed to support rapid development of embedded applications that bridge the gap between hardware and software. The reflex language leverages the BrainStem command protocol to make it easy for developers to turn a network of devices into a functional system.
The following sections in the BrainStem Language documentation will dive into the Reflex language.
table of contents¶
- Working with Reflex files
- A Basic “Hello World” Example.
- Blink My LED Example
- Built in reflex origins
- Keywords in the Reflex Language
- Operators and Precedence
- Types, Identifiers and Numbers
- The Reflex Preprocessor
- Variable Declaration
- Reflex and Routine Definition
- Appendix III: Example Reflex Module Definition file.