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Ms. Huggles

Joined: Sep 19, 2009
Posts: 1

I am in a class that has me lost since we entered functions and arrays used together. I need some help.

My assignment is to create a Javascript (program) array to display the 12 months of the year along with the total number of each month in a table.

I am sure she ment days.

Would I do an array like:
[0] = January
[1] = Feburary
and so on

or would it be more like:
month [January, Feburary......]

would I use a do while loop to get the days for each month? would I write a function using a switch statement for all the months ?

As you can see I am very very lost here.

God I need a personal tutor!

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