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    LCD Font

    Does anyone know where I can find an LCD font? Like the one the calculators have?
    I want to display the time as a 7-segment display on the app I am writing for the car's main controls!!

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    Here a link where you can find some fonts you might like. They have alot of fonts.

    http://www.fontscape.com/explore?5K4
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    Thanx!!!

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    Here are some good LCD fonts
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    That's great!!
    Thank you very much!!!

    Could someone recommend me a way to display time-date with visual basic?? I am having some problems...

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    =date() or =time() as the text property of the text boxes

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    I've tried that but the time won't update!!!
    This is why I used timers instead!
    Thanx though!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DjBac
    I've tried that but the time won't update!!!
    This is why I used timers instead!
    Thanx though!!
    Use the format function.

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    Format(Now, hh:mm:ss)
    This was off the top of my head, i may be wrong. 'Now' returns the string of current date and time, the format function formats it in the way you wan to display the info. I believe for date its "dd/MM/yyyy". You can also use 4 M's to get the full title of the month. You will need to use a timer to kep it up to date.
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    Well I did use a timer for the time, it seems I will have to do the same for the date!!
    Is it possible instead of 15:46 to display 3:46 ?

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