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Last edited by Deep_4; November 7th, 2012 at 11:49.
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I've written the private ints and getters that I need, my real problem is how to do the if statements needed to make the date valid. I don't know whether those are included in the constructor GregorianDate or if they should be separate methods..?
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I'm not sure if this will help, and I doubt it'll be a perfect solution, but I posted some code here:
Building your own Date class.
I revisited this code and made it happen in PHP - okay, I know PHP is a different language, but the logic is the same and the PHP version is much cleaner I think. I'm revisiting some of my old Java code, and I think the date class could be significantly improved, however, you'll have to do it for yourself if the code is a start ;-)