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CWeek - A class for getting the weekday and weeknumber

, 22 Mar 2004
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Getting the weekday and weeknumber.

Introduction

This is my first attempt ever to write an article of any kind. I don't have much experience in programming, but I would love some feedback about this article in order to learn. English is not my primary language so be nice to me. Smile | :)

Background

I'm currently working on a calender application with a friend of mine, and knowing the weekday and the weeknumber is somehow fundamental. Wink | ;)

I can't remember where I found the algorithms and information necessary to know how to retrieve the weekday and weeknumber, but if you know, then contact me and I will give the person credits for it.

How to use CWeek

CWeek is easy to use. First, declare an instance of the object.
CWeek date;
After this you should set the date. For example October 15, 2004.
date.setDate(2004,10,15);
To retrieve the weekday or the weeknumber, simply use:
nWeeknumber = date.getWeeknumber();
nWeekday = date.getWeekday();

History

  • 23 March 2004
    • Initial version.

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Patrik Svensson
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Comments and Discussions

 
GeneralWhich week number PinmemberWillzyba22-Nov-04 4:12 
GeneralSome Comments PinmemberJohann Gerell25-Mar-04 11:37 
GeneralRe: Some Comments PinmemberPatrik Svensson26-Mar-04 4:54 
GeneralWhy not base this class on CDateTime PinmemberGerard Nicol23-Mar-04 13:47 
GeneralRe: Why not base this class on CDateTime PinmemberGerard Nicol23-Mar-04 13:55 
GeneralRe: Why not base this class on CDateTime PinmemberEric Lapouge23-Mar-04 20:37 
GeneralRe: Why not base this class on CDateTime PinmemberJohann Gerell25-Mar-04 11:39 
GeneralMisc comments PinmemberEric Lapouge23-Mar-04 5:50 
GeneralRe: Misc comments PinmemberPatrik Svensson23-Mar-04 6:00 
GeneralRe: Misc comments PinmemberEric Lapouge23-Mar-04 6:26 
GeneralKISS - Keep it simply stated PinmemberNGS 54967223-Mar-04 5:36 
GeneralRe: KISS - Keep it simply stated PinmemberPatrik Svensson23-Mar-04 6:08 

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