purplebook163

MathlyCat wrote:

BlueCrayfish wrote:

No support. Minor inconvenience.
Good, I'm not gonna be a lone fish!

No support:

MOST of the world uses 24-Hour
Even though I use 12-Hour, 24 Hour is much more understandable
It's just a wasteful bunch of code to make an AM/PM system

Cream_E_Cookie

purplebook163 wrote:

MathlyCat wrote:

BlueCrayfish wrote:

No support. Minor inconvenience.
Good, I'm not gonna be a lone fish!

No support:

MOST of the world uses 24-Hour
Even though I use 12-Hour, 24 Hour is much more understandable
It's just a wasteful bunch of code to make an AM/PM system
Did you read the quotes above.

JonathanSchaffer

support, i got a notification that said wo997 favorited something in 6 hours.

NoMod-Programming

I support this idea!

Scratcher1002

Cream_E_Cookie wrote:

MathlyCat wrote:

BlueCrayfish wrote:

No support. Minor inconvenience.
Good, I'm not gonna be a lone fish!

No support:

MOST of the world uses 24-Hour
Even though I use 12-Hour, 24 Hour is much more understandable
It's just a wasteful bunch of code to make an AM/PM system
I can code a AM/PM system with SB.
I have.
Support, 24-hour is kinda hard to understand, plus it's easy to implement.

Tymewalk

purplebook163 wrote:

MathlyCat wrote:

BlueCrayfish wrote:

No support. Minor inconvenience.
Good, I'm not gonna be a lone fish!

No support:

MOST of the world uses 24-Hour
Even though I use 12-Hour, 24 Hour is much more understandable
It's just a wasteful bunch of code to make an AM/PM system
Simple Scratchblocks code for AM/PM:
if <(current [hour v]) > [12]> then
set [hour v] to ((current [hour v]) - (12))
set [AM/PM v] to [PM]
else
set [hour v] to (current [hour v])
set [AM/PM v] to [AM]
end

If it's this simple in Scratchblocks, when why shouldn't it be as simple in HTML/CSS/JavaScript?

Support.

Invisible_Factory

Support, can be useful.

Sheep_tester

Support although I dislike the complexity and uselessness of the 12-hour system.

Invisible_Factory

Support, even though it takes 5 seconds to subtract 12 from the hour in p.m., it something I would like to see in scratch.

MasterJPixel

Tymewalk wrote:

Support. You could change this under the “Settings” page of the forums (where you go to change your signature.)

cosmos-

No support. Mainly because a lot of the world uses a 24 hour clock, and I would think it would be rather annoying to convert between am and pm than the simple math used to figure out the time on a 24 hour clock. Heck, I've lived in America my whole life, and I still hesitate when someone says something about 12 pm because I think they're talking about midnight

Austinato

Support, although I like using 24-hour time.

DragonWizard29

Support

Zarlog

cosmos- wrote:

No support. Mainly because a lot of the world uses a 24 hour clock, and I would think it would be rather annoying to convert between am and pm than the simple math used to figure out the time on a 24 hour clock. Heck, I've lived in America my whole life, and I still hesitate when someone says something about 12 pm because I think they're talking about midnight
Uhhh… it would be an OPTION that you could switch, not something you would be forced to use.

CIMinecraft

This represents the hour…
(((current [hour v]) - (1)) mod (12)) + (1)
This represents the minute
(join (letter (length of (current [minute v])) of [0]) (current [minute v]))
AM/PM
(join (letter ((length of <<(current [hour v]) > [11]> and <(current [hour v]) < [24]>>) - (2)) of [PA]) [M])
Oh and just in case you need the seconds counted…
(letter (((current [second v]) mod (2)) + (1)) of [ :])

enspcds

MathlyCat wrote:

BlueCrayfish wrote:

No support. Minor inconvenience.
Good, I'm not gonna be a lone fish!

No support:

MOST of the world uses 24-Hour
Even though I use 12-Hour, 24 Hour is much more understandable
It's just a wasteful bunch of code to make an AM/PM system
I do agree; really, what is the point of it, if only about 3-6% of the world use it? Everywhere else, the 24 hour clock is used. An alternate suggestion; we can choose between 24 hour and 12 hour.

TealWashableMarker

enspcds wrote:

MathlyCat wrote:

BlueCrayfish wrote:

No support. Minor inconvenience.
Good, I'm not gonna be a lone fish!

No support:

MOST of the world uses 24-Hour
Even though I use 12-Hour, 24 Hour is much more understandable
It's just a wasteful bunch of code to make an AM/PM system
I do agree; really, what is the point of it, if only about 3-6% of the world use it? Everywhere else, the 24 hour clock is used. An alternate suggestion; we can choose between 24 hour and 12 hour.
That's exactly what the original poster said. You can switch. -_-

Anyways, support! A lot of people here don't realise that Scratch is a kid's website and I didn't learn the 24-hour clock until I was about 8 or 9. So yes, this would be very useful to the younger kids of Scratch.

Griffenlover

support, 24 hour clock is very hard for me, and it being 12 hour would make it so much easier to tell when a post was posted

MathlyCat

I'm switching to support; we all have conveniences and my old post is outdated from how I think today.

Tymewalk

Support, even though I personally use 24 hour time not everyone does.