The GAM UHR provides a simple on-going time counter in the style of a 7-segment clock. It is intended to be visible upon a quick glance and hence shows large segments.

One possible use is keeping track of ongoing game times, hence the prefix GAM. The only interface element provided is a pause button to temporarily halt the ongoing time counter.

Note: This program does not attempt to achieve maximum precision. In the long run, it should display time equivalent to the difference between the times measured by the OS. Internally, it uses System.currentTimeMillis() and absolute times. Changes in OS time may make the clock jump!

GAM UHR screenshot

Compilation can be performed with ant jar.

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Created: 2020/02/14 15:21:50 | Revised: 2022/09/18 21:15:33 | Tags: gam, uhr, java | Version: 1.0.0 | SRC (Pandoc MD) | GPL

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