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  • Ключ clock обнаружен в базе ключевых слов.
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    NAME
         clock - display the time in an icon or window
    
    SYNOPSIS
         clock [ -Wn ] [ +Wn ] [ -T ] [ -TZ timezone ] [ -12 ] [  -24
         ] [ -alarm setting ]
              [ -alarmtime hr:min ] [ -alarmcmd cmd ] [ -analog  ]  [
         -digital ]
              [ +date ] [ -date ] [ -help ] [ -hourcmd cmd ] [  -name
         app-name ]
              [ -r ] [ +seconds ] [ -seconds ] [ -v ] [ -? ]
    
    AVAILABILITY
         Although this command is available  with  both  the  SunView
         software  installation  option  and the OpenWindows environ-
         ment, its appearance is not the same for both  environments.
         The  man  page you are currently viewing refers to the clock
         that is available with OpenWindows. The  primary  difference
         between  this  and  the SunView clock is the user interface.
         All OpenWindows standard tools use the OPEN  LOOK  Graphical
         User Interface.
    
    DESCRIPTION
         clock is an OpenWindows  XView  utility  that  displays  the
         current  time  in a window or icon. When the window is open,
         clock can display the time in  either analog or digital for-
         mat. The clock window is scalable in either format.
    
    OPTIONS
         -Wn  Start clock with no title line.
    
         +Wn  Start clock with a title line present.
    
         -T   Start the clock in test mode.  Test  mode  ignores  the
              real  time,  and  instead  runs  in a loop continuously
              incrementing the time by one minute and displaying it.
    
         -TZ timezone
              Start the clock with an alternate time zone.
    
         -12  If the digital clock is being  displayed  in  the  open
              window, then use a 12 hour clock.
    
         -24  If the digital clock is being  displayed  in  the  open
              window, then use a 24 hour clock.
    
         -alarm setting
              Set how often you want the alarm to go off. Choices are
              "none", "once" and "daily".
    
         -alarmtime hr:min
              The time you want the alarm to go off.
    
         -alarmcmd cmd
              The command you want to run, when  the  alarm  does  go
              off.
    
         -analog
              Start up the open window display with the analog clock.
    
         -digital
              Start up the  open  window  display  with  the  digital
              clock.
    
         +date
              Show the current date in the open window.
    
         -date
              Do not show the current date in the open window.
    
         -help
              Lists generic XView options that can be applied to  the
              clock.
    
         -hourcmd cmd
              The command you would like run every hour, on the hour.
    
         -name app-name
              This option specifies the application name under  which
              resources  are  to be obtained, rather than the default
              executable file  name.   app-name  should  not  contain
              ``.'' or ``*'' characters.
    
         -r   Use a face with roman numerals  in  the  iconic  state.
              This replaces the default round face.
    
         +seconds
              Show the number of seconds. For the analog  clock  (and
              in the iconic state), the seconds are shown by display-
              ing a second hand. For the digital display, seconds are
              shown as a numeric value.
    
         -seconds
              Do not show the number of seconds.
    
         -v   Show the version number and the usage message for  this
              version of clock.
    
         -?   Show the version number and the usage message for  this
              version of clock.
    
    USAGE
         When the clock window is open, it has a floating  menu  from
         which  you  can  bring up a property window.  From this pro-
         perty sheet, you can modify the open window  clock  face  of
         the  tool  by  selecting either the Analog or Digital choice
         box.
    
         The icon displayed, can be either an analog or  roman  clock
         face.  With  the  digital  display, you can select between a
         12-hour or a 24-hour display.
              Seconds:
                   On the analog version,  this  selection  starts  a
                   second hand on the face of the clock. On the digi-
                   tal version, it adds two  digits  to  the  digital
                   readout.
              Date:
                   Turns on a date display for both analog and  digi-
                   tal versions of clock.
    
         You can select a local timezone  or  set  it  to  monitor  a
         remote timezone by clicking SELECT on other, then choosing a
         timezone by pressing MENU over the abbreviated  menu  button
         displayed.
    
         The stopwatch is an automatic function, and  allows  you  to
         reset,  start  and stop a stopwatch to second accuracy. This
         should be set to none, to disable it.
    
         An alarm can be set, and when that time occurs, then a  com-
         mand  can be run.  The alarm can be triggered once or daily.
         If no alarm command is present, then  the  clock  will  just
         beep.
    
         You can also set a command that will be run  every  hour  on
         the hour.
    
         There are various keyboard accelerators  that  can  be  used
         with the clock. These are:
    
         1    set 12hr mode if currently showing a digital display.
    
         2    set 24hr mode if currently showing a digital display.
    
         c    toggle clock face between analog and digital.
    
         d    toggle on and off the date display.
    
         i    toggle icon face between analog and roman.
    
         s    toggle on and off the seconds display.
    
         S    set stopwatch. Cycles between reset,  start  and  stop.
              Hit c to continue in normal clock display.
    
         t    toggle the timezone between local and other. Note  that
              you  have  to  have  a valid other timezone for this to
              work properly.
    
         T    toggle test mode on and off.
    
         q    quit the clock
    
         On startup, the clock will use the following X resources:
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.faceAnalog
         Values:        True, False (True)
         Description    Setting for the open clock face. Choices  are
                        analog and digital.
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.iconAnalog
         Values:        True, False (True)
         Description    Setting for the closed  clock  icon.  Choices
                        are analog and roman.
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.iconHasWindowColor
         Values:        True, False (False)
         Description    Determines whether the clock icon should  use
                        the  window  background color. By default, it
                        uses the workspace  color.
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.digital12Hour
         Values:        True, False (True)
         Description    Setting for digital displays. Choices are  12
                        hour and 24 hour display.
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.showLocal
         Values:        True, False (True)
         Description    Indicates whether the local or other timezone
                        should be initially displayed.
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.secondHand
         Values:        True, False (False)
         Description    When True, a second hand (for  analog)  or  a
                        seconds   value   (for   digital)   will   be
                        displayed.
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.date
         Values:        True, False (False)
         Description    When  True,  the   current   date   will   be
                        displayed.
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.timeZone
         Values:        Timezone (string)
         Description    If present, the timezone to monitor.
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.alarmHrValue
         Values:        Hour value (numeric)
         Description    The hour value for the alarm command.
         Resource:      deskset.clock.alarmMinValue
         Values:        Minute value (numeric)
         Description    The minute value for the alarm command.
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.alarmChoice
         Values:        None, Once, Daily (None)
         Description    How often the alarm should  go  off.  Choices
                        are none, once and daily.
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.alarmCommand
         Values:        Command (string)
         Description    The command that should be run when the alarm
                        goes off.
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.hourlyCommand
         Values:        Command (string)
         Description    The command that should be run every hour, on
                        the hour.
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.dateFont
         Values:        Font name string
         Description    The name of the font used to display the date
                        and  timezone,  irrespective  of  the current
                        size and scale of clock
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.secondsFont
         Values:        Font name string
         Description    The name of the  font  used  to  display  the
                        number  of seconds when in digital mode, plus
                        the  am/pm  values  if  in  12   hour   mode,
                        irrespective of the current size and scale of
                        clock
    
         Resource:      deskset.clock.hasTitle
         Values:        True, False (True)
         Description    Indicates whether  the  clock  window  has  a
                        title line.
    
    ENVIRONMENT
         The clock uses the TZ environment variable to determine  the
         local  time, and the initial setting for the other timezone.
         The latter can be over-ridden in a variety of ways.
    
    SEE ALSO
         OpenWindows user documentation
         "About the Clock" in the Help Handbook available through the
         Help option on the Workspace menu.
    NOTES
         The OpenWindows environment may no longer be supported in  a
         future  release.  You may want to migrate to CDE, the Common
         Desktop Environment.
    
    
    
    


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