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Analog Clock source code

Hi

I'm looking for some Windows 95 source code for an analog clock written in "C" that I could study, learn from and modify.
Can anyone help me on this one?

Thanks...
Steve

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vinniewCommented:
search for xclock.c on the web using yahoo or infoseek.  It's a start.
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vinniewCommented:
search for xclock.c on the web using yahoo or infoseek.  It's a start.
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cnasarreCommented:
there is a sample in VC15 : SAMPLES\WINDOWS\DDEML\CLOCK
which is SAMPLES\SDK\WIN32\DDEML\CLOCK in 32 bit VC++


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sfeulerAuthor Commented:
I'm using VC++4.0 and can't get ahold of version 1.5, Sorry...
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cnasarreCommented:
As I told you, for 32 bit VC++ (so VC 4.0), you could
find the same sample at SAMPLES\SDK\WIN32\DDEML\CLOCK

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sfeulerAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the Info cnasarre! Us casual coders need a
little guidance every now and then. Thanks again.
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