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Here is my code. It seems to me like it should work. But when my clock is set to Wednesday 22:59 (displaying as "Wednesday 10:59 PM" and I run this method the time ticks to "Thursday 11:00 PM".

I'd really like to keep the day increment in the method with timeTick.

Any suggestions on how I could fix it?
 
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Problem solved!!! I got rid of the days.increment() just above the if statement.

WOOHOO!!!
 
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Spoke too soon.

Now my day isn't incrementing at 24:00 like it should. It was and I now it isn't.
 
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Are you testing just what happens at 24:00, or are you also checking other nearby values? Try starting at 23:57 or so and executing several consecutive timeTick() calls (checking results after each one).
 
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