FLTK::ClockOutput - Base class of FLTK::Clock
Base class of
this one does not move,
it just displays whatever time you set into it.
type() may be set to
$clockoutput->value( $time );
Set the clock to a Unix timestamp.
The value is passed through the
localtime() function and used to get the hour,
$clockoutput->value( $hour, $minute, $second );
Set the hour, minute, and second to display. The hour is effectively taken modulus 12 and the minute and second modulus 60 to figure out where to place the hands. Redraw happens only if different.
Note that this does not set the
value(); ...without the date,
it really can't.
my $time = $clockoutput->value( );
Return the last Unix timestamp the clock was set to.
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