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Thread: Static? Void? Trying to display date...O_o

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    Default Static? Void? Trying to display date...O_o

    public class Date
    {
    private int month;
    private int day;
    private int year;

    public Date( int userMonth, int userDay, int userYear )
    {
    month = userMonth;
    day = userDay; // This section is responsible for establishing default values.
    year = userYear;
    }
    public void setMonth( int userMonth )
    {
    month = userMonth; // This is a set method for month.
    }
    public int getMonth()
    {
    return month; // This is a get method for month.
    }
    public void setDay( int userDay )
    {
    day = userDay; // This is a set method for day.
    }
    public int getDay()
    {
    return day;// This is a get method for day.
    }
    public void setYear( int userYear )
    {
    year = userYear; // This is a set method for year.
    }
    public int getYear()
    {
    return year; // This is a get method for year.
    }
    public void displayDate()
    {
    String Date = String.format( " %d\n/%d\n/%d\n", month, day, year );
    }
    public void main( String[] args )
    {
    System.out.print( "Enter the month number: " );
    month = input.nextInt();
    System.out.print( "Enter the day number: " );
    day = input.nextInt();
    System.out.print( "Enter the year number: " );
    year = input.nextInt();
    }
    }


    Everything seems to be working, except the italicized section. Any suggestions? The purpose of the program is to display the date in this format: 01/29/2012.

    Thanks Again!


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    Default Re: Static? Void? Trying to display date...O_o

    I can't see which part is italicized or I would definetly try to help.

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