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Pointer digital dual display clock - Windows 10 Console Virtual Terminal Sequences

#1 Post by neorobin » 11 Aug 2019 10:53

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Update 20190812_190023: Let the pointer be blocked in the digital display area, no longer interfere with the display of the digital tube

Windows 10's support for the console virtual terminal sequence makes CMD character drawing a bit more way, such as 24-bit color, you can easily control the position of the cursor on the screen.

The behavior of the escape sequence is based on VT100 and derived terminal emulator technology, most specifically the xterm terminal emulator.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/window ... dification

On the old CMD, I made a Fifteen-segment display clocks and pointer clocks.

The running speed of the pointer clock has been unsatisfactory. The main reason is the trigonometric function, the line drawing algorithm, the overall framework of the program, and the variable environment is not optimized enough. Secondly, the old version of CMD does not support character drawing as it is now.

For a preliminary attempt on the Windows 10 console virtual terminal sequence, I chose the pointer digital dual display clock.

test environment:
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (10.0, Build 18362)
    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-8750H CPU @ 2.20GHz (12 CPUs), ~2.2GHz
    Power Solution: High Performance Mode
    
Window size setting:
    51 characters (_SIZE variable)
    
Run FPS: 30+


Don't try to run this program on Windows 8 and more older CMD.

Even early versions Windows 10 does not support the virtual terminal control character escape sequence, but introduced this feature since a certain version. (I did not find out the specific beginning version number), the recent version is no problem.

If the Windows 10 version is not too old to function properly, make sure to NOT check the "use legacy console" checkbox on the CMD properties dialog.

Close the CMD window and then re-run the file to be valid.

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Please set the console font to raster font 8X8

This code is public on github

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::  pointer_digital_dual_display_clock_WIN10_EN_COMMENT.cmd
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::  author: neorobin ver: 20190812_190023
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::  https://github.com/neorobin/WIN10CMD_Console-Virtual-Terminal-Sequences_ANSI/blob/master/pointer_digital_dual_display_clock_WIN10/pointer_digital_dual_display_clock_WIN10_EN_COMMENT.cmd
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@echo off & setlocal DISABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION
>nul chcp 437

(for /f "delims==" %%a in ('set') do set "%%a=") & set "Path=%SystemRoot%\system32"

:: for Fifteen-segment display logic
:: The following pattern code is not necessary, just to illustrate the logical principle of the show
::
::  ###   # ### ### # # ### ### ### ### ### ABC
::  # #   #   #   # # # #   #     # # # # # DEF
::  # #   # ### ### ### ### ###   # ### ### GHI
::  # #   # #     #   #   # # #   # # #   # JKL
::  ###   # ### ###   # ### ###   # ### ### MNO

    set "$_A="#A=!!(#-1)""
    set "$_B="#B=(!!(#-1)^&!!(#-4))""
    set "$_C="#C=1""
    set "$_D="#D=(!(#^&3)^|!!(#^&~3))^&!!(#-7)""
REM set "$_E="#E=0""                                    & rem never display
    set "$_F="#F=!!(#-5)^&!!(#-6)""
    set "$_G="#G=!!(#-1)^&!!(#-7)""
    set "$_H="#H=!(!#^|!(#-1)^|!(#-7))""
REM set "$_I="#I=1""                                    & rem Replaced by C
    set "$_J="#J=~#^&1^&!!(#-4)""
REM set "$_K="#K=0""                                    & rem never display
    set "$_L="#L=!!(#-2)""
    set "$_M="#M=(!!(#-1)^&!!(#-4)^&!!(#-7))""
REM set "$_N="#N=(!!(#-1)^&!!(#-4)^&!!(#-7))""          & rem Replaced by M
REM set "$_O="#O=1""                                    & rem Replaced by C
    set "$__="#_=0""                                    & rem Replace the calculation where E and K position
REM "#_=0" Let the expression "S=!S!#!#%%$!" have value to get where E and K position

@echo off & setlocal enabledelayedexpansion

for /F %%a in ('echo prompt $E^| cmd') do set "_ESC=%%a"

set "_PEN=#"
set "_PEN_SCALE=*"

set /a "_SIZE=51" & REM Set the size of the clock, recommended from 37 to 100

set /a "_LOW_LIMIT_OF_WIDTH_OF_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY=37"

set /a "_s=(_SIZE-15)>>31, _SIZE=(_LOW_LIMIT_OF_WIDTH_OF_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY&_s)+(_SIZE&~_s)" & REM size lower limit: 37

set /a "_WID=_HEI=_SIZE|1,_R_FACE=_WID/2-1, _R_FACE_SQ=_R_FACE*_R_FACE, _R_FACE_1=_R_FACE-1,_R_FACE_2=_R_FACE-2"

set /a "_LEFT_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY=(_WID-_LOW_LIMIT_OF_WIDTH_OF_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY)/2+1, _TOP_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY=_WID/2+_R_FACE/4, _RIGHT_PLUS_1_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY=_LEFT_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY+_LOW_LIMIT_OF_WIDTH_OF_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY, _BOTTOM_PLUS_1_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY=_TOP_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY+5"

color 0F & mode %_WID%,%_HEI%

REM The work that needs "Path" is done, now you can clean it up.
set "Path="

set "_SIN=(#-#*#/1875*#/320000+#*#/1875*#/15625*#/16000*#/2560000-#*#/1875*#/15360*#/15625*#/15625*#/16000*#/44800000)"
set "_COS=(10000-#*#/20000+#*#/1875*#/15625*#/819200-#*#/1875*#/15360*#/15625*#/15625*#/10240000+#*#/1875*#/15360*#/15625*#/15625*#/16000*#/15625*#/229376000)"

REM Angle constants, not directly using literal values, making macro code definitions more readable
set /a "_PI=31416, _2PI=2*_PI, _PI#2=_PI/2, _3PI#2=3*_PI/2, _3PI#2_1=_3PI#2-1"

set "_SIN(t)=(#=(t) %% %_2PI%, #+=#>>31&%_2PI%, #1=(#-%_PI#2%^#-%_3PI#2%)>>31, #3=%_3PI#2_1%-#>>31, #=(-#&#1)+(#&~#1)+(%_PI%&#1)+(-%_2PI%&#3), %_SIN%)"

set "_COS(t)=(#=(t) %% %_2PI%, #+=#>>31&%_2PI%, #1=(#-%_PI#2%^#-%_3PI#2%)>>31, #3=%_3PI#2_1%-#>>31, #=(-#&#1)+(#&~#1)+(%_PI%&#1)+(-%_2PI%&#3), #=%_COS%, (-#&#1)+(#&~#1))"

set "_SIN(t),_COS(t)=(#=(t) %% %_2PI%, #+=#>>31&%_2PI%, #1=(#-%_PI#2%^#-%_3PI#2%)>>31, #3=%_3PI#2_1%-#>>31, #=(-#&#1)+(#&~#1)+(%_PI%&#1)+(-%_2PI%&#3), #S=%_SIN%, #=%_COS%, #C=(-#&#1)+(#&~#1))"

set /a "_DEG=_PI/180, _6DEG=6*_PI/180, _30DEG=30*_PI/180, _3.6DEG=36*_PI/(180*10)"

set /a "_XCZOOM = 10000 * _WID/2, _XC=_WID/2+1, _YCZOOM = 10000 * _HEI/2, _YC=_HEI/2+1, _TH0=-_PI#2"

set /a "_2XC=2*_XC, _2YC=2*_YC"

<nul set /p "=%_ESC%[?25l" & REM _ESC [ ? 25 l    DECTCEM    Text Cursor Enable Mode Hide    Hide the cursor

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::
:: angle of HOUR PIN:           HH * 30deg + MM * 30deg / 60 + SS * 30deg / 3600
::                              = ((HH * 60 + MM) * 60 + SS) * 30deg / 3600
::                              = ((HH * 60 + MM) * 60 + SS) * deg / 120
::
:: angle of MINUTE PIN:         MM * 6deg + SS * 6deg / 60
::                              = (MM * 60 + SS) * 6deg / 60
::                              = (MM * 60 + SS) * deg / 10
::
:: angle of SECOND PIN:         SS * 6deg
::                              OR
::                              (SS * 100 + CC)    / 100 * 6deg
::                              = (SS * 100 + CC) * 6deg / 100
::
:: angle of CENTISECOND PIN:    CC * 360deg / 100 = CC * 36deg / 10
::
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set "_RGB_SCALE=0;0;255"
set "_RGB_FACE=255;255;255"

set "$erase_last_pin="
set /a "_DENSITY=150, _SPEED=3*%_DEG%, th=_TH0"

set /a "_CENTISECONDS_OF_A_DAY=24*60*60*100"

set "_LEFT37DOWN1=%_ESC%[37D%_ESC%[1B"

title pointer_digital_dual_display_clock_WIN10

REM Calculate FPS once per _GAP frame, ! _GAP must be a power of 2, and not less than 2
set /a "_GAP=2<<5"

(
    for /f "delims==" %%a in ('set _') do set "%%a="

    set /a "_PIN_LEN_S=%_R_FACE%-3,_PIN_LEN_M=_PIN_LEN_S-1,_PIN_LEN_H=_PIN_LEN_S/2+%_SIZE%/15,_PIN_LEN_C=_PIN_LEN_S/4-0"
    set "_RGB_C=0;255;0"
    set "_RGB_S=255;0;0"
    set "_RGB_M=100;100;100"
    set "_RGB_H=0;0;0"

    <nul set /p "=%_ESC%[48;2;%_RGB_FACE%m"

    REM gen clock dial: Distance method, quick but not meticulous
    for /L %%x in (%_XC% -1 1) do (
        for /L %%y in (%_YC% -1 1) do (
            set /a "_dx=%%x-%_XC%, _dy=%%y-%_YC%, t=_dx*_dx+_dy*_dy-%_R_FACE_SQ%-1"
            if !t! lss 0 (
                set /a "#x_=%_2XC%-%%x, #y_=%_2YC%-%%y"
                set "$pin=%_ESC%[%%y;!#x_!H%_PEN%%_ESC%[!#y_!;%%xH%_PEN%%_ESC%[!#y_!;!#x_!H%_PEN%%_ESC%[%%y;%%xH%_PEN%!$pin!"
            )
        )
        set "$pin=%_ESC%[38;2;%_RGB_FACE%m!$pin!"
        <nul set /p "=!$pin!"
        set "$pin="
    )

    REM gen clock dial: rotary scanning polishing edge
    for /L %%i in (0 1 %_DENSITY%) do (

        set /a "th+=%_SPEED%, %_SIN(t),_COS(t):t=th%, #x=(%_XCZOOM%+%_R_FACE%*#C)/10000+1, #y=(%_YCZOOM%+%_R_FACE%*#S)/10000+1, #x_=%_2XC%-#x, #y_=%_2YC%-#y"

        set "$pin=%_ESC%[!#y!;!#x_!H%_PEN%%_ESC%[!#y_!;!#x!H%_PEN%%_ESC%[!#y_!;!#x_!H%_PEN%%_ESC%[!#y!;!#x!H%_PEN%!$pin!"

        set "$pin=%_ESC%[38;2;%_RGB_FACE%m!$pin!"
        <nul set /p "=!$pin!"
        set "$pin="
    )

    REM nail up scale
    <nul set /p "=%_ESC%[48;2;%_RGB_FACE%m"
    for /L %%i in (0 1 3) do (
        set /a "r3=%%i %% 3"

        set /a "th=-%_PI#2% + %%i*%_2PI%/12, %_SIN(t),_COS(t):t=th%, $x=%_XCZOOM%-#C, $y=%_YCZOOM%-#S"

        for /l %%a in (0 1 %_R_FACE%) do (
            set /a "#x=($x+=#C)/10000+1, #y=($y+=#S)/10000+1, #x_=%_2XC%-#x, #y_=%_2YC%-#y"
            if !r3!==0 (
                if %%a geq %_R_FACE_2% if %%a lss %_R_FACE% (
                    set "$pin=%_ESC%[!#y!;!#x!H%_PEN_SCALE%%_ESC%[!#y_!;!#x_!H%_PEN_SCALE%%_ESC%[!#y!;!#x_!H%_PEN_SCALE%%_ESC%[!#y_!;!#x!H%_PEN_SCALE%!$pin!"
                )
            ) else (
                if %%a equ %_R_FACE_1% (
                    set "$pin=%_ESC%[!#y!;!#x!H%_PEN_SCALE%%_ESC%[!#y_!;!#x_!H%_PEN_SCALE%%_ESC%[!#y!;!#x_!H%_PEN_SCALE%%_ESC%[!#y_!;!#x!H%_PEN_SCALE%!$pin!"
                )
            )
        )
        set "$pin=%_ESC%[38;2;%_RGB_SCALE%m!$pin!"
        <nul set /p "=!$erase_last_pin!!$pin!"
        set "$pin="
    )

    <nul set /p "=%_ESC%[48;2;%_RGB_FACE%m"

    set /a "_cnt=0, $v=0"
    for /L %%i in () do (

        set "tm=!time: =0!" & set /a "SS=1!tm:~6,2!-100, MM=1!tm:~3,2!-100, HH=1!tm:~0,2!-100, CC=1!tm:~-2!-100"

        set /a "th_S=-%_PI#2% + (SS * 100 + CC) * %_6DEG% / 100, th_M=-%_PI#2% + (MM * 60 + SS) * %_DEG% / 10, th_H=-%_PI#2% + ((HH * 60 + MM) * 60 + SS) * %_DEG% / 120, th_C=-%_PI#2% + CC*%_3.6DEG%"

        REM Draw 4 pointers
        for %%K in (C S M H) do (

            set /a "th=th_%%K, %_SIN(t),_COS(t):t=th%, $x=%_XCZOOM%-#C, $y=%_YCZOOM%-#S"

            for /l %%a in (0 1 !_PIN_LEN_%%K!) do (
                REM (#-a^#-b)>>31 == -1    : # in [a,b)
                REM (#-a^#-(b+1))>>31 == -1: # in [a,b]
                REM hid: Let the pointer be occluded in the digital display area
                set /a "#x=($x+=#C)/10000+1, #y=($y+=#S)/10000+1, hid=(#x-%_LEFT_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY%^#x-%_RIGHT_PLUS_1_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY%)&(#y-%_TOP_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY%^#y-%_BOTTOM_PLUS_1_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY%)"
                if !hid! geq 0 (
                    set "$pin=%_ESC%[!#y!;!#x!H%_PEN%!$pin!"
                )
            )
            set "$pin=%_ESC%[38;2;!_RGB_%%K!m!$pin!"
        )

        <nul set /p "=!$erase_last_pin!!$pin!"
        set "$erase_last_pin=!$pin:%_PEN%= !"
        set "$pin="

        REM Fifteen segment display

        set "S=" & set "_0or1=0"

        REM Generate 1st to 5th line graphs one by one from top to bottom

        REM "A B C" "D _ F" "G H I" "J _ L" "M N O"
        REM The logic of I and O is exactly the same as C, replaced by C
        REM The logic of N is exactly the same as M, replaced by M

        for %%L in ("A B C" "D _ F" "G H C" "J _ L" "M M C") do (
            REM Calculate and fill each position from left to right in each row
            for %%d in (0 _ 1 _ : _ 3 _ 4 _ : _ 6 _ 7 _ : _ 9 _ 10) do (
                if "%%d" geq "0" (
                    REM Get a single digit
                    set "#=!tm:~%%d,1!"

                    REM One digit is 3 pixels wide and is calculated pixel by pixel.
                    REM "S=!S!_!#%%$!" :  !#%%$! The result is to add a 0 or 1,
                    REM Add a _ sign before 0 or 1. This symbol cannot be used as a brush character, otherwise the replacement may be wrong;
                    REM This is done to make it easier to replace these 0 or 1 with spaces or brush characters.
                    for %%$ in (%%~L) do (
                        set /a !$_%%$!
                        set "S=!S!_!#%%$!"
                    )
                ) else if "!_0or1!%%d"=="1:" (
                    REM Separation postion of lines 2 and 4
                    set "S=!S!%_PEN%"
                ) else (
                    REM Always blank position
                    set "S=!S! "
                )
            )

            REM Move left 37 pixels to the left of the graph, then move down one line
            set "S=!S!%_LEFT37DOWN1%"
            set /a "_0or1^=1"
        )
        set "S=!S:_0= !"
        <nul set /p "=%_ESC%[%_TOP_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY%;%_LEFT_FIFTEEN_SEGMENT_DISPLAY%H!S:_1=%_PEN%!"

        set /a "t=-((_cnt+=1)&(%_GAP%-1))>>31, $$=($u=((HH*60+MM)*60+SS)*100+CC)-$v, $$+=$$>>31&%_CENTISECONDS_OF_A_DAY%, $$=(~t&$$)+(t&1), FPS=(~t&(100*%_GAP%/$$))+(t&FPS), $v=(~t&$u)+(t&$v)"
        if !t!==0 (
            <nul set /p "=%_ESC%[48;2;0;0;0m%_ESC%[1;1HFPS:!FPS! %_ESC%[48;2;%_RGB_FACE%m"
        )
    )
)

>nul pause
exit
Last edited by neorobin on 12 Aug 2019 05:12, edited 1 time in total.

IcarusLives
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Re: Pointer digital dual display clock - Windows 10 Console Virtual Terminal Sequences

#2 Post by IcarusLives » 11 Aug 2019 13:08

Absolutely beautiful execution! I love graphical scripts like this, and you're consistent! Very well done! Excellent use of math. Bravo, sir! :D :D :D

neorobin
Posts: 47
Joined: 01 May 2012 12:18

Re: Pointer digital dual display clock - Windows 10 Console Virtual Terminal Sequences

#3 Post by neorobin » 12 Aug 2019 05:30

IcarusLives wrote:
11 Aug 2019 13:08
Absolutely beautiful execution! I love graphical scripts like this, and you're consistent! Very well done! Excellent use of math. Bravo, sir! :D :D :D
Thank you very much for your attention and appreciation! :D :D :D

I saw some of your works, So I learned about this new feature of the Windows 10 console.

And I just made a small update:

Update 20190812_190023: Let the pointer be blocked in the digital display area, no longer interfere with the display of the digital tube

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