Get up to 60 % extra points for free! More info
Save up to 80 % on our Python e-learning courses. Only this week!

Lesson 15 - Finishing the Clocks in C# .NET WPF

In the previous lesson, Analog and Digital Clock in C# .NET WPF, we began with an application that draws analog and digital clocks. In today's C# .NET WPF tutorial, we're going to continue and finish the application.

Analog Clock

First, let's draw the analog clock. In the previous lesson, we said that we're going to use the Angle property to rotate each hand, adjusting the position of the hand on the clock face using the appropriate angle in degrees. Let's see how to calculate the degrees. It's not rocket science as you'll see. It's important to realize that the full circle has 360 degrees and that's what we'll use for our calculation.

Calculating the Degrees

Let's calculate the angle of rotation in degrees for each hand:


...End of the preview...

Premium article

Premium article is a large database made up of manuals and tutorials, whose main goal is to provide high-quality IT education to everyone. We started out in the Czech republic, where we display roughly a million articles per month and receive plenty of gratitude from our users. Thanks to our successful establishment, we are now bringing these articles to the rest of the world.

Although we are trying to keep our content free of charge, maintaining the site is a huge effort for everyone involved. Therefore, some content (exercises and more advanced material) costs network points. Don't worry, they're really cheap :)

Article description

Requested article covers this content:

In this tutorial, we'll complete the analog and digital clocks using Rectangle in C# .NET. We'll also show how to use RadioButtons to choose the clock.

Limited offer: Learn all knowledge and save money

Buy articles and tests separately one by one 190 points
Buy all currently available articles in the section including all features for an exclusive price 162 points
Currently, you have 0 points
By buying this exclusive package, you'll have access to all 36 articles in this course including exercise submitting while saving $2.56. This offer is limited for the first articles only with an additional exclusive 15% discount.
You gain 162 points for adding an article to the site, or for $17.10 $14.53

Warning, by buying just this article you'll lose the limited 15% discount for the package of all the articles.

To access the article, you need 10 points
Currently, you have 0 points
You gain 10 points for adding an article to the site, or for $0.90

Before buying this article, you have to buy the previous one

Buying this article gives you unlimited access to it forever. You will learn some more and help us keep giving our site maintenance which helps you and others get better futures. It's a win-win.

This article is licensed: Premium, by buying this article, you agree with the terms of use.

You gain points by supporting our network. This is done by sending a helpful amount of money to support the site, or by creating content for the network.

You can get points immediately using:

Credit card SMS Wire transfer
Credit card SMS Wire transfer
Article has been written for you by Radek Němec
Activities (4)