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Dgclock in JavaVersion 2.3
Spanish translation: http://www.webhostinghub.com/support/es/misc/dgclock-en-java
This is a simple digital clock written in Java. This clock can display time and date of any place in world. The time can be displayed in 12 hour or 24 hour format. The foreground and background colors of the digits can be changed. The clock can be wrapped with a ornamental frame as well.
You will need a java capable browser like netscape in order to view the clock. I compiled and tested the applet on DEC OSF/1 3.2 with JDK 1.0.2 and netscape 3.01.
This applet uses double-buffering technique, therefore, you should not see any flickering at all.
NOTE: Java applets can not handle daylight saving time. Therefore, use the TZ parameter accordingly. I'll have a workaround as soon as get some time.
How to use it
If you want to use this applet in your web page, you have to download the archive first. Then, you have to extract the necessary files from the archive. The archive is available in 3 formats, gzipped tar, unix compressed tar and zipped archive.
Inspired by World TIme applet and Clock2 applet.
This applet is in the public domain. Do anything you like with it. It would be nice but not required if you give me the credit for it.If you are using this applet, please let me know. Bug reports, suggestions are always welcome!
Frequently Asked Question(s)
1. I followed your instructions exactly, but the clock does not show up. Instead it shows a solid rectangle. What's wrong?
Last updated: November 15, 1996.
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