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Code Snippets / [DBP] - Astronomical Clock based on the astronomical clock in prague

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HowDo
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Posted: 8th Mar 2011 18:24 Edited at: 8th Mar 2011 18:25
Something I been working over a few years, has some clever maths bits in it worked out by members on this forum. uses standard draw command.





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Phaelax
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Posted: 8th Mar 2011 19:17
*stares at clock*

I think I'll stick to my American digital clock.

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kamac
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Posted: 8th Mar 2011 21:23


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Rapidrory
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Posted: 10th Mar 2011 23:28
how...urm.... how'd ya read it?

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Posted: 11th Mar 2011 16:56
Well it a 24h clock on the outside and the red line with a red circle is the position of the north star, and the yellow is the position of the sun, and the small red circle just crossing the red line is the position of the moon.

of course when you run the code it will have move to another zodiac sign(yet to be displayed) and so will have the sun, moon and north star.

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