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Greetings;
 
I have a project to build a fictional Calender that has 14 months of 30 days each plus 10 or 11 epagomena days (the 11th epagomenal day is added every four years without exception).
 
And this calender started on 6:00:00 morning, September 12, 2000 in Gregorian Calender.
 
Please help me how to get start with this project.
 
If it's possible i would like to use the .Net Calender.
 
Thank You for your time.
Posted 17-Jan-13 1:12am
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Mohd. Mukhtar at 17-Jan-13 6:14am
   
What have you tried?
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Solution 1

Check out the Calendar class that comes with .Net framework. Inherit it into your own class and see if you can extend it to fit to your needs. Essentially you will need to override existing methods and properties in the Calendar class.
 
If that does not suit you, you will need to create your own control.
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Solution 2

Take a look at the HebrewCalendar class[^]. You may be able to modify that, or use it to base your own implementation on.
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