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pyBCD - 0.27

A binary powers of 2 clock. Simple yet cool.

Chris Uzal
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.


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.)


--Defaults to 12 hour format.

--Press "t" to toggle between 12 and 24 hour format.

--Changed the window caption from "pyBCD" to the current date in the Y m d format. Much more useful.

--Fixed the icon.


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pyBCD 0.42 — 30 Jun, 2008

pyBCD 0.2 — 24 Jun, 2008

pyBCD 0.27 — 26 Jun, 2008

pyBCD 1.0 Final — 1 Jul, 2008

pyBCD 1.1 — 26 Apr, 2012 account Comments

  • josmiley 2012-04-29 11:59

    the link does not work :(