Hexclock

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The Hexclock displays the current time hh:mm:ss as colour #hhmmss.

The time is typically given as hh:mm:ss. Colours in RGB are given as #rrggbb. So in both cases we have a triplet of two digits. Let us combine these into colours specified by the time: #rrggbb = #hhmmss. That is what Hexclock does: It takes the current time and takes red for the hours, green for the minutes and blue for the seconds. So we have a "coloured representation" of the current time. That's it!

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harbour-hexclock-0.1-1.i486.rpm77.69 KB10/09/2017 - 03:21
harbour-hexclock-0.1-1.armv7hl.rpm81.83 KB10/09/2017 - 03:21
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- Initial release