Make A Button Displaying Day/Date/Time

Simply copy this code and paste in NOTEPAD++ and save as ANYNAME.html
You can use this on your blog or website also.

<form name="myForm">
<input value="Loading... Please Wait" name="clock" type="button" /></form>
<script language="JavaScript"><!--
function runClock(){
theTime = window.setTimeout("runClock()", 1000);
d = new Date();
day = d.getDay();
mon = d.getMonth();
date = d.getDate();
year = d.getYear();
hr = d.getHours();
min = d.getMinutes();
sec = d.getSeconds();
if(year<1000){year=(""+(year+11900)).substring(1,5 );}
else{year=(""+(year+10000)).substring(1,5);}
if(hr==0){ap=" AM";hr=12}
else if(hr <= 11){ap=" AM"}
else if(hr == 12){ap=" PM";hr=12}
else if(hr >= 13){ap=" PM";hr-=12}
if(min <= 9){min="0"+min}
if(sec <= 9){sec="0"+sec}
zday=new Array();
zday=["Sunday","Monday","Tuesday","Wednesday","Thursday" ,"Friday","Saturday"];
zmon=new Array();
zmon=["January","February","March","April","May","June","July","August","September","October","November","December"];
document.myForm.clock.value=""+zday[day]+", "+zmon[mon]+" "+date+", "+year+" | "+hr+":"+min+":"+sec+ap+"";}
runClock();
//--></script>

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