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Date Calculation

 
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Hi all,

I am calculating dates of a week from monday to sunday.. I need to display weekdays from monday to sunday. When i am displaying the dates and if my week is goes to monday.. then the pervious monday value vanishes.. so the page turns to disply new monday to sunday dates... but i need to display the same days until it reach next monday...

can any one help me out pls...
 
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Please be a little more explicit about what you're doing, what you expect to happen, and what you actually observe.

Please post a short, concise, executable example of what you're trying to do. This does not have to be the actual code you are using. Write a small example that demonstrates your intent, and only that. Wrap the code in a class and give it a main method that runs it - if we can just copy and paste the code into a text file, compile it and run it without any changes, then we can be sure that we haven't made incorrect assumptions about how you are using it.

Post your code between [code] and [/code] tags. Cut and paste the code, rather than re-typing it (re-typing often introduces subtle errors that make your problem difficult to troubleshoot). Please preview your post when posting code.

Please assume that we only have the core API. We have no idea what SomeCustomClass is, and neither does our collective compiler.

If you have an error message, post the exact, complete error along with a full stack trace, if possible. Make sure you're not swallowing any Exceptions.

Help us help you solve your problem.
[ June 27, 2005: Message edited by: Steve Morrow ]
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