In metric time, the day is divided into 100 hours, each of which are divided
into 100 minutes. I originally got the idea from a Machintosh program which
displayes the metric time. It's interesting to see what percentage of the day
is complete.
5 CLS
7 PRINT:PRINT" The metric time is:"
10 LET SS = VAL(RIGHT$(TIME$,2))
20 LET MM = VAL(MID$(TIME$,4,2))
30 LET HH = VAL(LEFT$(TIME$,2))
40 LET TS = SS+(60*MM)+(3600*HH)
50 LET PR = TS/86400
60 LET MH = INT(PR*100)
70 LET MM = (INT(10000*PR))-(100*MH)
80 PRINT@175,MH;":";MM
90 GOTO 10