This will be another short chapter. How much can one really say about a block that simply stops your program from running?
The most important thing you need to know about the
STOP block is this: if your robot encounters a
STOP block at any point in the program, the robot will simply stop at that point with no further action (there is one exception and that is when you are using data wires—more on that later).
Why would you need a STOP block? Your robot will always stop when it reaches the end of your program unless you have a
LOOP block somewhere in the program that keeps the program running (or a
LOOP block surrounding all other programming blocks, which means the program will run forever until you press the Cancel ...