Seven segment display digital clock using Python tkinter
Seven segment display digital clock using tkinter.
- Python >= 2.7
- Tkinter (Should be installed during Python installation)
Clone the project into a local repository, then navigate to the directory and run:
$ python setup.py install
import pyclock if __name__ == '__main__': pyclock.PyClock()
Should you run into any issues, refer to the project https://gitlab.com/johncharlie/digitalclock
Documentation follows the Google Python Style Guide
To run tests, execute the following:
# Unit tests $ python setup.py test
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