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    PSX UTC clock

    Nico,

    I would like to display the CP and FO UTC clocks as 4 digits (example 1245) within my cockpit. I do not find the SIOC variable in the documentation. Did you implement this function ?

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    Re: PSX UTC clock

    Quote Originally Posted by Jean-philippe View Post
    Did you implement this function ?
    No, not yet. Elapsed time and timer only. nico

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    Re: PSX UTC clock

    UTC clocks are a very important part of an airliner cockpit, and very useful during the flight. It would be very nice if you could add them...

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    Re: PSX UTC clock

    Quote Originally Posted by Jean-philippe View Post
    UTC clocks are a very important part of an airliner cockpit, and very useful during the flight. It would be very nice if you could add them...
    Well, because you insist
    Download 1.0.7, there you will find Qs124 TimeClockL and Qs125 TimeClockR
    They are in BCD5 for the guys that also want to implement the 'tenth-of-minutes' digit, but you can also use just the 4 higher digits like this:

    Code:
    Var 3124 Static name TimeClockL
    {
      CALL &DecBCD5 &TimeClockL
    // take the high 4 digits only: (skip &Digit0)
      &D_UTC0 = &Digit1
      &D_UTC1 = &Digit2
      &D_UTC2 = &Digit3
      &D_UTC3 = &Digit4
    }
    Cheers,
    Nico

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    Re: PSX UTC clock

    Thank you so much Nico !