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  1. victorhck (victorhck@quitter.no)'s status on Friday, 19-May-2017 18:51:07 CEST victorhck victorhck
    In conversation from web

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    1. Un reloj binario en la línea de comandos

      El paroxismo del geek, mostrar la hora del reloj en formato binario en la línea de comandos…

      Te preguntas ¿cómo has podido vivir sin saber tu hora en binario en la línea de comandos de tu GNU/Linux? Eres un geek… y lo sabes!

      Esta es una entrada en el blog corta. Lo he leido por la web y me pareció un entretenido “juego de manos” de programación. Un concepto sencillo, pero con esa belleza y complejidad de lo aparentemente simple.

      No sé si te servirá para algo, no sé si te parecerá interesante, pero oye siempre está bien aprender algo! Quizás te sirva para un script, un programa, o te ayude a entender una instrucción…

      Simplemente escribe en tu consola la siguiente instrucción:

      perl -e 'for(;;){@d=split("",`date +%H%M%S`);print"\r";for(0..5){printf"%.4b ",$d[$_]}sleep 1}'

      Fíate de mi, que no es un forkbomb ni borrará recursivamente todo tu arbol de directorios! Supongo que tendrás que tener instalado perl.

      Este comando y muchos otros interesantes puedes encontrarlos en el siguiente enlace:

      Así sencillo, y cortita es este artículo de viernes, ahora ya puedes ducharte, apagar el PC, y salir a darlo todo que empieza el fin de semana!!

      imagen via Aglezabad

       

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