How Does It Work
Each class separates the commands by a (.) period. Select the class and the commands within that class will be displayed.
And here we can see the command Servo.setServoPosition, to move a servo into a specified position. There are variants of the command that support different parameters. That means you can type any variant of that command by providing only the parameters that you wish to provide. For Servo.setServoPosition, there is one variant that accepts the board index, and the other does not which means it defaults to index #0
Either of these two servo commands will perform the same outcome. The only difference is the second command is specifying the EZB board index.
Servo.setPosition(d0, 75, 0);