# Zones

Your code will probably need to look for different markers depending on the zone your robot starts in. Whilst you could have different files for each zone, there's also a property on the robot object for this.

# Python

R.zone will be equal to the the start zone of the robot, and will be equal to one of the teams.

Team Code
Leon robot.TEAM.LEON
Zhora robot.TEAM.ZHORA
Pris robot.TEAM.PRIS
Roy robot.TEAM.ROY

Here's an example:

import robot

R = robot.Robot()

if R.zone == robot.TEAM.LEON:
    print("Do something!")
    print("Do something else!")

# Blockly

You can find the zone block in the Movement section.