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rollercoasterfan
Scratcher
1000+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

Bump!














when [chromometer altimeter v] = [5th length v] and [7th length v] with a [gap v] of (17) ::events hat
forge [chromometer v] altimeter until < (speed) = (velocity)> ::control cstart
switch places with (759 v) altimeters with value of (speed) ::looks
control [altimeter 1 v] at time (10):(17):(58) ::control
end
initialize sequence (24) so [object 3 v] moves to x (156) y (231) ::control
reveal [final answer v] and stop running this script ::events cap
IronBit_Studios
Scratcher
1000+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

24 Hours isn't THAT hard to understand. If it's beyond 12, just take 12 from the hour.
As such, no support.

Zro716
Scratcher
1000+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

it's a minor nuisance with an easy solution, so I support

As a long time Scratcher, I have found new meaning to the name “Scratch”: for me, it means to “scratch that itch”, to come back again and again to realize new ideas in this toy language, even when I'm capable of creating my projects in real programming languages years later. It's a friend that helped me to pursue programming and get me to enjoy its fruit. I'm certain many others who have walked this path as well have grown fond of its importance in their life.
LattleKada
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100+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

Not difficult to do, support

Zekrom01
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1000+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

Support, I don't see why not.




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Nether_before
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1000+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

Support!

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Zarlog
Scratcher
100+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

I have always been confused by this, and am more used to AM/PM times, so support!
da-4th-account
Scratcher
18 posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

I like AM/PM times, but it's easy to understand. As said:
IronBit_Studio
24 Hours isn't THAT hard to understand. If it's beyond 12, just take 12 from the hour.
It's so easy that I could read it and understand it. (20 - 12 = 8)
So no support.

Last edited by da-4th-account (July 31, 2015 03:37:28)


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Terrifitastic
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100+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

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CGRises
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500+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

da-4th-account wrote:

I like AM/PM times, but it's easy to understand. As said:
IronBit_Studio
24 Hours isn't THAT hard to understand. If it's beyond 12, just take 12 from the hour.
It's so easy that I could read it and understand it. (20 - 12 = 8)
So no support.

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1000+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

rollercoasterfan
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1000+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

Bump!














when [chromometer altimeter v] = [5th length v] and [7th length v] with a [gap v] of (17) ::events hat
forge [chromometer v] altimeter until < (speed) = (velocity)> ::control cstart
switch places with (759 v) altimeters with value of (speed) ::looks
control [altimeter 1 v] at time (10):(17):(58) ::control
end
initialize sequence (24) so [object 3 v] moves to x (156) y (231) ::control
reveal [final answer v] and stop running this script ::events cap
Zarlog
Scratcher
100+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

da-4th-account wrote:

I like AM/PM times, but it's easy to understand. As said:
IronBit_Studio
24 Hours isn't THAT hard to understand. If it's beyond 12, just take 12 from the hour.
It's so easy that I could read it and understand it. (20 - 12 = 8)
So no support.
When I am reading quickly, however, it is impossible for me to do that math quickly, so I can never tell the time properly. It would be really nice if they made it an adjustable option.
Firedrake969
Scratcher
1000+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

Support, and is pretty easy to change in the code.

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st19_galla
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1000+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

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

MOST of the world, but not ALL of the world “Scratch welcomes people of all ages, races, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, and gender identities.” -CG, including people who use 12-Hour time xD Jk, I know that's not what they meant by it.

But nonetheless, support! I always wondered why that wasn't added

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Firedrake969
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1000+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

If anyone's curious, this is how to implement it (mostly…):
https://github.com/LLK/s2forums/blob/master/djangobb_forum/templatetags/forum_extras.py#L43
Turn that strftime to this: strftime(“%I:%M %p”)

Add a field to the Profile model (probably boolean):
https://github.com/LLK/s2forums/blob/master/djangobb_forum/models.py#L410

Add field here:
https://github.com/LLK/s2forums/blob/master/djangobb_forum/forms.py#L301

Make migrations, and you should be good.

Last edited by Firedrake969 (Aug. 17, 2015 15:33:09)


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Zarlog
Scratcher
100+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

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
It still would be a nice and helpful feature for people who have never used 24-hour time before. Every other forum I use has 12-hour time, so I can never understand the time system on here.

st19_galla wrote:

MOST of the world, but not ALL of the world “Scratch welcomes people of all ages, races, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, and gender identities.” -CG, including people who use 12-Hour time xD Jk, I know that's not what they meant by it.

But nonetheless, support! I always wondered why that wasn't added

You made my point exactly.

Last edited by Zarlog (Aug. 17, 2015 21:05:38)

Cream_E_Cookie
Scratcher
1000+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

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.

















master_tolkien
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100+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

Zro716 wrote:

it's a minor nuisance with an easy solution, so I support
I agree, so I support

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rollercoasterfan
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1000+ posts

12 vs. 24 Hours

Bump!














when [chromometer altimeter v] = [5th length v] and [7th length v] with a [gap v] of (17) ::events hat
forge [chromometer v] altimeter until < (speed) = (velocity)> ::control cstart
switch places with (759 v) altimeters with value of (speed) ::looks
control [altimeter 1 v] at time (10):(17):(58) ::control
end
initialize sequence (24) so [object 3 v] moves to x (156) y (231) ::control
reveal [final answer v] and stop running this script ::events cap

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