This is an example which shows you how to send position targets to the etherCAT hand. More...
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This is an example which shows you how to send position targets to the etherCAT hand.
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Definition in file send_targets.cpp.
The main instantiates a TargetSender and publishes a target which grows continuously from 0 to 90, then jumps back to 0, and starts again.
The publishing stops when the node is killed (CTRL+C).
Definition at line 127 of file send_targets.cpp.