Monday, April 15, 2013

Samay : Powershell script based digital clock.


Few days back i was writing an powershell GUI based script, in that script I need to add a clock.

First i thought how can i make a clock? I was thinking about an hour and then i got an idea. why not to use timer object and use it for creating an clock.

This is what i have done to create a GUI clock.
  1. Created a blank form on “Powershell Studio”
  2. Add a blank label to it
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  3. Added a time object to it.
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  4. In timer object property , i set Enabled to true, and interval to 1 {which is very low because the it is in milliseconds}
  5. Double click on “Timer” object and i added the below code.
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  7. In above code , i am just converting, Get-Date to string.
  8. and when you run scrip the outcome is running Powershell Digital clock.
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You can download the script from here:

Aman Dhally
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    1. Thanks a lot.

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