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  1. In Topic: Seeking Passionate Web Developer

    Posted 31 May 2014

    Since the OP chooses to not explain what their project is about, I'm going to help them out abit. After having to get them to give it to me during their "interview" (somehow asking what the project you wish to work on is supposed to do is now a waste of time) here is the link they provided, it gives a decent explanation, don't know why its private and not just given to people so they know what they may be working on.
  2. In Topic: Looking for programmers

    Posted 1 Apr 2014

    Is this paid or unpaid?

    What langauage(s) are you expecting people to know?

    Are there any other requirments that you spicificly need? (experence, resume, previous work, etc.)
  3. In Topic: Date in Java?

    Posted 12 Mar 2014

    View PostCyperGhost, on 12 March 2014 - 07:30 AM, said:

    I need to right a program that calculates the cost of a sale. If the sale is paid within 30 days of that date issued. The user will be inputting both the date and of purchase and that date of payment. The problem I am having is figuring out how to do this. If the user inputs something like 10/12/2014 for the invoice date and 12/12/2014 for the payment date how would I write a piece of Java code that will measure the number of days in between the two dates. Is there a method in Java that I should be using? Is it even possible?

    Here is how I would go about it, what you need to find out is if its been more or less then 30 days, not the exact amount, so focus on that, heres how:
    assume date1 is date of purchase and date 2 is date of payment.
    1.First check the year of the two dates, if the years are the same go on to step two, if they are not, check the month, if one of the months is 12, continue to step two, otherwise its been more then 30 days.

    2.Check the month of the two dates, if date2 month - date1 month > 1 then its been more then 30 days, if its equal to 0 then its been less then 30 days, else go on to step 3

    3. (if you get to this point, you have shown that the date is at most 60 days away, now you need to find out if its less then 30 or more) Find the max date for the month you are in (for example, March would have a max date of 31) and subtract date1's date from the max date of that month, then add date2's date to that, this will give you a number that is either greaterthan or equal to 30 or less then 30.

    sorry if this is kinda wordy, let me know if you need a better explanation.

    As for how you get this info, thats up to you, java does provide a few ways of getting date and time ( google it), its up to you to find out how to manipulate them
  4. In Topic: Java doesnt show suggestions like visual studio

    Posted 12 Mar 2014


    Sorry i miss understood your issue, please ignore this post
  5. In Topic: Programming for money in college

    Posted 11 Mar 2014

    View Postno2pencil, on 11 March 2014 - 07:01 AM, said:

    Not only what modi123_1 points out, but you could also be kicked out of school for doing that.

    Also I'm not sure why this isn't posted under freelancing, as that's exactly what you are asking about.

    ** Moved to Freelancing **

    I want to point out that I agree with the two above posts. My last reply made to seem like I condoned doing other people's homework. If you do decide to go down that route for some reason be sure you will not get yourself into trouble by doing so, it is not worth it.

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