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    Question Need a clock


    Okay, I was wondering if any one can make me a java applet for a simple clock, just a line of text that displays the current time in california, in this format: Hour ":" Min ":" Sec "NST" anyone think they can help?

    ps: I try'd to do this in Javascript, but I was too limited by the Client based scriptor... Here's the page it's gonna go on: TehShlocker's Webbie
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    its extremely easy to implement such solution. What have you tried so far?
    Any specific questions?/ Errors that you need help with?
    Cheers

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    Well I don't know anything about JAVA... I've tried php, but my domain won't allow .php pages... I've also tried Javascript, but that didn't turn out well....
    I was hopeing someone could just build me a small java applet similer to the javascript clock on my webpage: www.freewebs.com/tehshlocker
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    I think is speak for many when I say, keep hoping.

    Or, Why dont you read the sticky on the basics of setting up java, set it up and then make a start on coding your objective, then come back once you hit a problem.

    Waylander.
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