A list is a set of values for a motor or other device. All lists have a name and can be constructed from numeric values. For example,
When you select the “cyclic” checkbox in a list, its list of numbers will be allowed to repeat and continue cycling until a given iteration is complete. This situation typically happens when a loop contains two lists/ranges that are of uneven lengths.
If cyclic is not selected, then instead of motorB repeating its entire set of values, it will only repeat the last value in the set.
Additionally, the first list in a loop declares how many iterations the given loop will have. Thus, if a subsequent list is longer, then it will only iterate through as many values as the first list/range provides. The same is true for ranges (see Ranges).