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Loops in a user defined date class

 
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I am having some problems with the loops in this code that should delete different dates from an array. Can you find what I am doing wrong??

 
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Hi Josiah.

Can you tell us how the behaviour differs from what you expect?
 
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Yes,
First If I select no to search for a date: it works fine.
If I select yes and enter a date that would be a duplicate it continues to have me enter more dates instead of deleting the date and prompting if you would like to search for a date again. I think that I have the loops set up wrong and somehow need a Do while loop. It probably is an easy one, just not popping out at me... Thanks for your help
 
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you could Search the method ' list.contains()' in the API ,i think you will find it.
 
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