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    calender

    Hey guys could someone give me some steps as to how i could
    prompt a user to get a particular month on the calender.

    This would eventually print out the days of the month and the name of the month. eg

    user types in month 0 - 12 when asked at the prompt
    0 gets all months and displays them!
    1 gets jan 2 gets feb 3 gets March etc..

    ******* March *******

    sun mon tue wed thu fri sat
    1 2 3 4
    5 6 7 8 9 10 11 etc to end of month

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    Quote Originally Posted by bazzano
    Hey guys could someone give me some steps as to how i could
    prompt a user to get a particular month on the calender.
    1. Prompt the user
    2. Output the corresponding month(s).

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    How would i get each month ? What sort of functions would i have to use to get each month or a particular month?

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    ok have a function like,

    displaymonth(int i);

    and have an year database which is indexed by the month number.
    need more help? ask.

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    ok how can i go about that like for the days would i create some sort of an array for each month?

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    try along these lines:

    Code:
    #include<stdio.h>
    
    
    
    typedef struct {
                       char *name;
                       int start;
                       int ndays;
                   } month;
    
    
    
    
    
    
    display_month(int i,month *m){
    printf("\ns  m  t  w  t  f  s" );
    printf("\n");
    int c= (m+i)->start;
    for(int j=1;j<c;j++)printf("   ");
    for(int j =1;j<=(m+i)->ndays;j++){
    if(j>9)printf("%d ",j); else
    printf("%d  ",j);
    c++;
    if(c==8){c=1;printf("\n");}
     }
    };
    
    
    main(){
    month k[13];
    
    k[1].name ="january";    // for jan
    k[1].start=4;               // jan 1st is a wednesday,wednesday=4
    k[1].ndays=31;             // jan has 31 days
    
    k[2].name="feburary";
    k[2].start=2;            //feb 1 is monday ,monday=2
    k[2].ndays=28;         // feb has 28 days
    
    
    display_month(2,k);
    }

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