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.
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
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:
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