BCDClock.menu
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Binary-coded decimal (BCD) menubar clock.   Free
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BCDClock uses handy notation: Binary-Coded Decimal, or BCD. Each decimal digit is represented by the binary number from 0 to 1001. This notation is often used for binary displays of decimal data. It is very easy for calculation - as only addition within numbers 0..9 used.
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Version 0.3:
  • Now will run on 10.7 or later
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.7 or later



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droscar commented on 28 Jan 2013
Just what you need for dispalying doudecimal and sexagesimal numbers in binary.
[Version 0.3]


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evilinstone commented on 17 Mar 2009
hi,

thanks!
still works on 10.5.6 with menu cracker :)

I love this clock!

please add options for showing only hhmm (without seconds).
thanks!

p.s. if possible, please share code.
[Version 0.2]


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Dougward commented on 06 Sep 2004
Awesome, it's especially good for those who like displaying their rampant geekery. Works wonderfully. Couldn't ask for anything more.
[Version 0.1]


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Downloads:3,335
Version Downloads:174
Type:Utilities : Desktop
License:Free
Date:28 Jan 2013
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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BCDClock uses handy notation: Binary-Coded Decimal, or BCD. Each decimal digit is represented by the binary number from 0 to 1001. This notation is often used for binary displays of decimal data. It is very easy for calculation - as only addition within numbers 0..9 used.


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