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Batch is nothing but programming using Command prompt. Now we are going to use the %date% and %time code for date and time and some graphic code to gives our project a nice look.

Step 1: How to Make Your Own Clock in Batch




Now we start making our project by opening Accessories-> Notepad

or

go to Command prompt and type edit 

Step 2: How to Make Your Own Clock in Batch

Now type the following code:

@echo off
setlocal delayexpansion
cls
@mode con cols=35 lines=7
title %username%`s watch
:time    
echo.      ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
echo.      ³     %time%³
echo.      ÃÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ´
echo.      ³      %date% ³  
echo.      ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ
ping -n 2 0.0.0.0 >nul
cls
goto :time

Step 3: How to Make Your Own Clock in Batch

Now save it as whatever you want.bat and then run it.


CONGRATULATIONS


Now you have made your own clock in batch


 
Anyway I changed it As not many people have colous.exe. Thanks for informing.
No I did use colous.exe to get better animation.
It worked, but previously I changed "colous" by "colours"

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