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-==== Code ====+===== Code =====
 The Time library is a great way to implement timekeeping functions. It has a built-in method to sync with the ChronoDot. Here's example code showing how to use the Time library on the RGB Shades: The Time library is a great way to implement timekeeping functions. It has a built-in method to sync with the ChronoDot. Here's example code showing how to use the Time library on the RGB Shades:
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-=== Demonstration Video ===+===== Demonstration Video =====
  
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