Joerg Posted July 11, 2008 Share Posted July 11, 2008 Woo, first python program: The Leet-Timer It displays the passed time since 13:37:00; you can see 13:37 as noon if you would like to. I'm sure there can be done alot about the style of programming, so I would like to hear some opinions about it (especially the while-loop). #! /usr/bin/python # Leet-Timer # First test program # import used libraries or commands from time import tzset import os from time import strftime import time ## ## ## ## os.environ['TZ'] = 'LEET+13:37LEETDST+11:37' # sets a new timezone and define its offset tzset() # applys the new timezone # displays and updates the current leet time [VERY DIRTY] while '42' > '23': os.system("clear") # uses the shell command "clear" to clear the command shell print(strftime('%H:%M:%S')) # prints the current leet time time.sleep(0.5) # sleep half a second then continue quit http://ubuntuusers.de/paste/390308/ Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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