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How do you like your coffee? Post 302351402 by rhfrommn on Tuesday 8th of September 2009 12:15:09 PM
09-08-2009
I almost never drink coffee. Last two times were in the '90s. One was when the very cute co-worker I had a crush on and I were driving back to the office and she suggested stopping for coffee instead of going straight back to work. I figured I could choke down a cup to spend a half-hour with her instead of at my desk. The other was during a 2 hour shift working at a Christmas tree lot after dark in sub-zero (farenheit, probably -20 or more C) temperatures.
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## Hello World Linux - Morning Server Tasks with Your First Coffee

```GENCLOCK(1)						      General Commands Manual						       GENCLOCK(1)

NAME
genclock - generate a RADIANCE description of a clock

SYNOPSIS
genclock [ -f face_mat ][ -c case_mat ][ -n name ] { HH:MM | hours }

DESCRIPTION
Genclock produces a RADIANCE scene description of an analog clock showing the given hour.  The hour may either be given as HH:MM or decimal
hours.

The face of the clock will have a radius of 1.0 units, with the surrounding case 1.1 (2.2 diameter).  The origin is at the  center  of  the
back,  and the face looks in the positive X-direction.  The 12 o'clock direction corresponds to the positive Z-axis.  (The Y-axis direction
is 3 o'clock.)  The xform(1) command may be used to resize and relocate the clock as desired.

Normally, genclock produces all of the materials necessary for its own description, but options are provided to specify alternate materials
for  the  face  and case.  The numbers on the face are in dark lettering, so the face material must be relatively light for them to show up
well.  By default, the clock is given the name "clock," but this may be changed with the -n option.

EXAMPLE
To produce a 12 inch diameter clock showing 10:35 and hang it at 60 on a wall facing the Y-direction at Y=10:

genclock 10:35 | xform -s 6 -rz 90 -t 20 10 60

AUTHOR
Greg Ward