• anonymous
I have worked myself through all the exercises to the digital clock. I have gotten the formatted time string to draw on a GraphWin as a single event. The increment of time with update on the GraphWin is where it breaks. I made the formatted time Text object an attribute. The update increments second by 1, converts, then makes the time format, then uses the Text object setText. However, the clock is not created until the end of a loop and final setText. Is there anywhere I could post code for help? ( is broken)
MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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  • anonymous
take your code and select all of it, copy it, then just paste it in the reply section and I could take a look at it
  • anonymous
Attached is a combination of my evolving clock and a program I found through google. When you run the program, the start button sticks and the clock is not updated. I have no idea why on either one of those questions. Any help would be appreciated.
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