[Mono-list] Console calendar
drew at drew-phillips.com
Wed Feb 29 03:02:54 UTC 2012
> The calling methods passes in month and year and expects back a list.
> The idea is that it will put a 0 if the start of the week is not on
> day (so for Feb, it should read 0,0,0,1 but it's coming out 0,1)
The algorithm for calculating the date code for a given year is correct; but
it only returns the date code for January 1st of that year, not any other
To calculate the date code for any other month, get the date code for Jan
1st, and then sum up the number of days in each month until the month you
are looking for, and then take the modulus of 7 and add ddc.
Examples for 2012: ddc = 0
January 2012 has 31 days, to calculate the date code for February 2012 use:
ddc + 31 % 7 = 3
You will have to account for leap years when doing this.
To calculate July 2012, the process is the same; add all the days until
July: ddc + 31 + 29 + 31 + 30 + 31 + 30 % 7 = 0
Hope that helps, otherwise the code looks straightforward and like it should
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