Clock Mechanics
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Description

This Program will allow you to take full advantage of the clock, date, and timer features of our caculator, without needing to know any of the tedious syntax for the functions. It allows you to Set the Time and Date, view a real-time clock, use the built in timer, and preform many complex calculations, including:
-finding the Day of the Week
-converting a large amount of seconds to Days, Hour, Minutes, and Seconds
-finding the amount of days between two dates
-and much more!
This will NOT work for TI 84-Plus CSE, as the menu bug (seen in the screenshots) will make it very hard to use

Sorry about the error bug in screenshots,I had to use a TI-84 Plus CSE emulator, and those still have the menu bug. THe program looks fine on the 84 Plus CE, however.

Screenshots

Screenshot #5862 Screenshot #5863 Screenshot #5864 Screenshot #5865

Archive Contents

Name Size
CLOCKMEC/CLOCKMEC.8xp 2.9 KB
CLOCKMEC/Read Me.txt 1.4 KB
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Metadata

Author
CHill
Uploaded
1 year, 10 months ago

Statistics

Rating
5/10 (1 vote)
Downloads
797
Views
159

Reviews

Visuals (2/2): Very well made graphics. Smooth beginning graphics and the Display Clock was put together great!
Speed (1.5/2): Suffers slightly on beginning graphics. Other than that, nothing to complain about
Ease of Use (1/2): Menu could use some rework. Contact and Exit both continuously flash a message until you press another key. The display date and time could be moved elsewhere to allow more options on the main screen.
Practicality (0.5/2): I don't see myself concerned too much with the date and time on my calculator. The days between and day of the week could be helpful, but neither are currently working.
Other (0/2): Day of the Week was not correct (6/11/2020 returned Monday instead of Thursday). # of Days Between 2 Days continued to throw errors and would not calculate.

Overall: (5/10)

Versions

  1. Clock Mechanics (published 1 year, 10 months ago; 2018-12-08 15:42 UTC)

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