Android Example Arabic Digital Clock

See attached B4A project. It implements a digital clock with Arabic numerals. You can edit the png files in the /files folder of the B4A project with something like GIMP and clean them up / change the color / add your own Arabic numeral png files.

This was done....just for fun....:)

clock.png
 

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Troberg

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A small nitpick: Arabic numerals are the ones used in, for example, Europe and America (named so, because we got them from the Arabs). The numerals you use, are the once used in Arabic today, and they are called Western-Arabic-Indic numerals.

A side note: It would be trivial to do other designs as well, such as a 7-segment display, just by replacing the PNGs.
 

Johan Schoeman

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A small nitpick: Arabic numerals are the ones used in, for example, Europe and America (named so, because we got them from the Arabs). The numerals you use, are the once used in Arabic today, and they are called Western-Arabic-Indic numerals.

A side note: It would be trivial to do other designs as well, such as a 7-segment display, just by replacing the PNGs.
7 Segment is here https://www.b4x.com/android/forum/threads/7-segment-led-digital-clock.52807/#post-330827 but the 7 segment png's are also in this project. Just remove the leading a from the name of the files within the B4A project so that for eg
aone.png becomes one.png
That will then display a 7 segment digital clock ;)
 

amidgeha

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See attached B4A project. It implements a digital clock with Arabic numerals. You can edit the png files in the /files folder of the B4A project with something like GIMP and clean them up / change the color / add your own Arabic numeral png files.

This was done....just for fun....:)

View attachment 37409

The numerals used here are Hindi numerals and not Arabic ones - Arabic numerals are: 0,1,2,3 ...
 
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