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# pyBCD - 0.2

### Description

Why would you want to use a binary clock?

Because if you use Arabic numerals... then the terrorists have already won. :p

Download this binary clock today and support freedom loving peoples everywhere.

Seriously...

The "binary clock" is a great exercise in programming. When you're already familiar with programming theory, you need something slightly bigger than "hello world."

This is my first published python project. You can import this file to use the get_correct_digit function in your own work. I've licensed it as GPL 3 so I look forward to seeing interesting additions to it (if that ever happens.)

### Changes

Now with an executable windows binary. Special thanks to PyMike for his help with that.

 Home Page: http://chrisuzal.com/ Source: http://edgeofcivilization.com/py_code/pyBCD/pyBCD_source.zip Windows: http://edgeofcivilization.com/py_code/pyBCD/pyBCD.zip

### Screenshot

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### Releases

 pyBCD - 1.1 - Apr 26, 2012 pyBCD - 1.0 Final - Jul 1, 2008 pyBCD - 0.42 - Jun 30, 2008 pyBCD - 0.27 - Jun 26, 2008 pyBCD - 0.2 - Jun 24, 2008

### Pygame.org account Comments

July 1, 2008 9:47am - Chris Uzal - nickname: (c4)
@PyMike: thanks for checking it out. You kept me in python with your PySetup v1.1 code. Props to you are under Release 0.2.

@Paul: Thanks for the rating. As to binary representation of Unix time, I accept your challenge. I'm going to assume that "proper binary"(as oppose to *B*inary *C*oded *D*ecimal :p) means zeros and ones.

I can write it... I can confirm that it's displaying the right sequence... but I doubt I'll ever be able to read it with the speed of BCD or Arabic digits. Even if I could convert it in my head to the decimal seconds, then there's converting it to a human usable format.

It will be fun. :)
June 30, 2008 11:42pm - Paul Davey - nickname: (technomancer) - 5/5
next
make one that displays unix time in proper binary :P
June 30, 2008 2:02pm - pymike - nickname: (pymike)
Neato :)
June 26, 2008 10:52am - Chris Uzal - nickname: (c4)
Thank you. I'd like to replace my windows clock with a smaller (much smaller) version of my binary clock.
June 24, 2008 4:12pm - Emanuel Berg - nickname: (metabaron)
Interesting
June 24, 2008 3:41pm - Michael - nickname: (cookie) - 4/5
Nice toy! Should add nicely to futuristic games ...
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