anonymous
  • anonymous
java: GUI: Write a StillClock class that displays a randomly generated time. The clock should have a hour, minute, and second hand, and should display the time in numeric form also (the hands may be tricky to display correctly, remember your trigonometry!). Extra credit: Make the clock tick (hint: make a while (true) loop with Thread.sleep(...)).
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KonradZuse
  • KonradZuse
le-sigh crazy problems :p Any idea how to start this?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Start with generating your time values, example: int hour, randomly select between 0 and 12 int minute, randomly select between 0 and 60 use console to print these values then start with the gui
anonymous
  • anonymous
how do i use a gui to make the clock?

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KonradZuse
  • KonradZuse
As I've seen from one of the new JavaFX 8 samples for the clock you use rotations for the ticks, and set up tick marks and numbers on the clock. You will basically need to create a circle and work from there.

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