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How to display Calender?

 
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Hi everybody:
I am workin in project which will allow the Professors to conduct the test online . When the professor selects "Schedule Test " Option i wanna display a calender , in which the professor can select the date.
Can anyone tell me how to display a Calender?
Thank you
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Go to www.javaboutique.com Slide down to the search (on the left). Search for Calendar. They have many applets, servlets etc free for you to use. Some even have the source available.
 
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Thank you Cindy
I will Look into it

Originally posted by Cindy Glass:
Go to www.javaboutique.com Slide down to the search (on the left). Search for Calendar. They have many applets, servlets etc free for you to use. Some even have the source available.


 
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