The block sets the cursor at the specified coordinate in the TFT Display of evive. Origin (0,0) is at the top left corner of the screen. Positive X-direction is to right while positive Y-direction is downward. Once the cursor has moved to the specified coordinate, you can write text using that point as the reference.
The block set PWM output on evive PWM pins. The user can select the output from a range of 0 to 255. If the PWM output is 128, then half the time output will be High and for rest, the output will be Low.
The block check takes the slide switch number (1 or 2) and state to be checked for (Up or Down) as input and returns “True” if the slide switch is in the specified state and “False” if it is not in the specified state.
Sprites, either user-created, uploaded, or found in the sprites library, are the objects that perform actions in a project. While the Stage can also be programmed in a project, most projects have at least one sprite as well because only sprites can move.
A Stack block is a rectangular block that is shaped to fit above and below other blocks. Stack blocks make up the majority of the blocks available in Scratch, being available in every category except Operators.