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Get an emoji clock representation of the current time.
To use as a command:
npm install -g clockmoji
To use in JS:
npm install --save clockmoji
date Tue May 26 18:19:10 CDT 2015 # no arguments will return the current time clockmoji 🕡 # Pass a time in the format mm:ss clockmoji 10:00 🕙 # Military time supported clockmoji 14:00 🕑 # any arbitrary time works -- rounds down if its less than :15 clockmoji 12:04 🕛 # rounds up if the minutes are :15 clockmoji 12:24 🕧 # supports piping echo 6:30 | clockmoji 🕡 # invalid time returns ⚠ clockmoji 9999 ⚠
var clockmoji = require('clockmoji') console.log(clockmoji()) console.log(clockmoji('12:00')) console.log(clockmoji('18:30'))
Once installed globally,
clockmoji can be used to keep time on your bash/zsh prompt!
Add this to your bash config (
.bashrc) to prefix your prompt with the current time!
PS1='$(clockmoji)'\ $PS1; export PS1;
Or if you use the excellent pure prompt with zsh, add this to your
If you're a linux user, you may need to install a special font in order for them to work. Here are a few ways to do it:
sudo apt-get install ttf-ancient-fonts
yum install gdouros-symbola-fonts
More Info https://www.kirsle.net/blog/entry/make-emoji-work-in-linux
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