Time Zone: Extreme Coding Challenge

The Guidelines

  • Starts Friday, September 26, 2008.
  • Ends Sunday night, October 5, 2008.
  • Entries should be listed at the bottom of this page.
  • Program must first show the current date and time based upon Liberty BASIC's native Date$() and Time$() functions.
  • Program must calculate GMT
  • Program must then allow user to select at least 2 other time zones.
  • Program must finally display the GMT as well as the selected date(s) and time(s).
  • Times may be displayed using either a clock or in digital format.
  • Program may use either the Mainwin or a GUI.
  • Forum members will vote for their favorite program and the author will have his name added to the hall of fame on the Wiki Contest page. http://basic.wikispaces.com/Contests

  • Timer for real time display.
  • Choice of Analog or Digital time display. (See Liberty BASIC example program CLOCK2.bas for an easy analog clock)
  • World Map for visual global display.

To create a page for your entry, edit this page and type a name in double brackets like this:
[[My Program Name]]
Save the editing of this page, then click the link for your new program page. Go to the page and edit it to add your code.


  • Waiting for YOUR submission. :)