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Icon   pcboyyyy Help on my Calendar Event thread would be much appreciated.

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  1. In Topic: Calendar code will not compile

    Posted 17 Nov 2014

    I have a new question pertaining to my topic. What if I don't want to use the scanner class to accept input from a user. Instead a user runs my program and enters nothing.

    Like, java CalendarDisplay

    Then 12 calendars will be displayed for each month of the year by default.
  2. In Topic: Calendar code will not compile

    Posted 16 Nov 2014

    I'll keep that in mind. Thanks.
  3. In Topic: Calendar code will not compile

    Posted 16 Nov 2014

    View Posthiggsch, on 15 November 2014 - 07:53 PM, said:

    Did you get everything figured out? I lost internet connection.


    You bet! Thanks for your help. I gave you several rep points.
    :bananaman:
  4. In Topic: Calendar code will not compile

    Posted 15 Nov 2014

    View Posthiggsch, on 15 November 2014 - 06:18 PM, said:

    If you are wanting to just print the value stored in your variable "day", then change the line
    System.out.printf("%1$2dy");
    

    to
    System.out.printf("%1$2dy", day);
    

    this will print a 'y' after every numeric value, but I included it because you included it in your original code.

    to remove the 'y' simply use "%1$2d" instead.


    Ok, I'm getting this....

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    *Update*

    Never mind.. Simple typo I made with spacing between the days of the week.

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  5. In Topic: Calendar code will not compile

    Posted 15 Nov 2014

    View Posthiggsch, on 15 November 2014 - 06:18 PM, said:

    If you are wanting to just print the value stored in your variable "day", then change the line
    System.out.printf("%1$2dy");
    

    to
    System.out.printf("%1$2dy", day);
    

    this will print a 'y' after every numeric value, but I included it because you included it in your original code.

    to remove the 'y' simply use "%1$2d" instead.


    Ah, sorry I made a typo there.

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