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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I've made a Binary Clock too. Screen:

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At the top are the hours and at the bottom the mins. So it's 9:07.

Source + images - BinaryClock.zip

Exe includes images - clock.exe

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embeded-mediaUDF ~~ Embed WMP, Quicktime and Flash in your Au3 appYABC ~~ Yet another Binary Clock

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Here's a couple binary clocks for ya.

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I've made a Binary Clock too. Screen:

Posted Image

At the top are the hours and at the bottom the mins. So it's 9:07.

Source + images - BinaryClock.zip

Exe includes images - clock.exe

Nice!! :) Loks good from pick. But whre you use it ?

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If you mean how do you use it this is how it works:

The top row is the hour

The bottom row is the minute

To read the hour you must add the lit values (The picture shows 9)

To read the minutes you must add the lit values (The picture shows 7)

So, the time is: 09:07.

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The one the OP made is called a "true" binary clock.

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

We in Germany (nearly) always use my version, maybe in other countrys you use your version...

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embeded-mediaUDF ~~ Embed WMP, Quicktime and Flash in your Au3 appYABC ~~ Yet another Binary Clock

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