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Calendar Printing

 
Greenhorn
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Hi! I am trying to produce a calendar like the image Goal.png
However my code output can be seen in Current.png

Please could you highlight my printing error ?  


NB. I know this is not the best way to produce a calendar but the requirements are such that Strings must be used.


goal.png
Desired Output
Desired Output
current.png
Current Output
Current Output
 
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How does the code decide what to print on the second and following rows?  It seems to get  some output the first row.
 
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You probably have found the errors by now, but here goes:

This line:

does not work, because the method 'printNumbers' prints a couple of newlines, ruining the idea.
Besides, every first day of a month starts on sunday.

An idea is to have a Month class (but be careful: Java has alrady a Month class), that contains a String[][] array, with the first row the names of the days (sun ... sat), and the other rows containing the days (you need a maximum of 6 rows for this). Given a Month and a day, you then need to figure out where that day needs to be placed in the array. By using Strings, it makes it easy to have empty places in the print out.

In your printing routine, you can print the rows of three consecutive months.
 
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