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Thread: annualCalendar Java Program
- 04-07-2011, 02:30 PM #21Senior Member
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I think the forum members are frustrated because your misunderstanding isn't a Java issue, but simple logic. It's easy to get confused trying to write code without having first figured out the logic of what you need to do.
It would be a lot easier to follow if you put your switch's 'case' statements in order, i.e. case 2 for February should come after case 1 and before case 3, but in any case, you don't need a switch to check the leap year - the month is always going to be February, month 2.
So your logic should be: if currentMonth is 2 then check for a leap year.
Your leapYear boolean needs to be declared where it can be accessed later (i.e. not inside a 'case' block), and initialised to 'false'. When you do the leap year check, assign the result to the leapYear boolean.
Last edited by dlorde; 04-07-2011 at 02:32 PM.
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