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Thread: I'm having trouble with date and calendar class

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    Default I'm having trouble with date and calendar class

    At the moment I'm trying to create a class consisting of only 5 days of the week. Monday through to Friday. No dates, no months, no times, just Monday through to Friday. I want to be able to store objects and values for each day of the week (eg. so monday will have its own objects, tuesday will have its own objects and so on, so forth). I also want to be able to increment through the days of the week.

    I've read through all the documentation regarding the date and calendar classes, but none of them have helped. Please help me!

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    Default Re: I'm having trouble with date and calendar class

    Well do you need to use the date & calendar class or are you just wanting to create your own class?


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