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Thread: Just an overview of my methods

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    Default Just an overview of my methods

    Not literally I just meant I would like an experienced eye, or a REAL programmer, to look it over and let me know is it over kill, are there other methods, etcetera.

    		public static class time implements Runnable {
     
    			public static String time;
    			public static String year;
    			public static String month;
    			public static String day;   
     
    			public time() {}
     
     
    			public static void startTime() {
    				(new Thread(new time())).start();
    									  }
     
     
    			public void run() {
    				Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance();
    				SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("k:m");
    				SimpleDateFormat sdf2 = new SimpleDateFormat("y:M:d");
    				int mm = 0;
    				int hh = 0;
    				int dd = 0;
    				int MM = 0;
    				int yy = 0;
    				int i = 0;
     
    				int i = 0;
    				String clear = sdf2.format( cal.getTime() );
     
    				year = clear.substring(0,clear.indexOf(":"));
    				month = clear.substring(clear.indexOf(":")+1, clear.lastIndexOf(":"));
    				day = clear.substring(clear.lastIndexOf(":")+1, clear.length());
    				time = sdf.format( cal.getTime() );
                                                            mm = Integer.getInteger(time.substring(time.indexOf(":")+1,time.length())).intValue();
    				hh = Integer.getInteger(time.substring(0,time.indexOf(":"))).intValue();
    			try {
     
    				do { 
    					++i;
    					if(i == 60){	i = 0;
    						mm = Integer.getInteger(time.substring(time.indexOf(":"), time.length())).intValue();
    						++mm;
    						if(mm == 60) {
    							hh = Integer.getInteger(time.substring(0,time.indexOf(":"))).intValue();
    							++hh;
    							if(hh == 24) {
    								hh = 1;
    								dd = Integer.getInteger(day);
    								++dd;
    								if( dd > calculateDays(getMonthNumber(month)) ) { 
    									if(getMonthNumber(month) <= 12) 
    										month = months[getMonthNumber(month)];
    									else { 
    										month = "January";
    										year = String.valueOf(Integer.getInteger(year).intValue()+1);
    									     }
     
    						                                                        }
    							          }
    								  }
    					             }
    					Thread.sleep(1000);
    				   } while( true );
    			    }catch(InterruptedException ie) { 
    			    	commandCenter.errorReports = commandCenter.increment(commandCenter.errorReports); 
    			    	commandCenter.errorReports[Array.getLength(commandCenter.errorReports)-1] = "Time Thrad has been interrupted (err:7A)";
    			                                    }
    							  }
     
     
     
    						          }


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    Default Re: Just an overview of my methods

    Kindly let us know the requirement.

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    Default Re: Just an overview of my methods

    I think you'll find the code does not do what you want, but as dineshj83 already pointed out, it's hard to be sure without knowing what you want the code to do.

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    Default Re: Just an overview of my methods

    Yes, apologies I want it to run time, as in, keep up with minutes and seconds etcetera. I did edit the above code just the section where I was extracting Standard Date Format strings because I wanted to make it clearer this has proven difficult due to the small square I am given. I am fairly certain it keeps up with time; I have not officially tested it yet though. Finally I did add, after seeing your comments, the update from mm (minutes) and hh (hours) always equaling zero to whatever the current is.

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