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Answer to Question #4275 in C++ for motunrayo

Question #4275
c++ program on a calender
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// calendar.cpp : Defines the entry point for the console application.
//

//calendar 2011

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

int main()
{
int DayInMon;
int DayWeek = 6; //2011 year beginning in saturday, 6 day

for (int i=1; i<=12; i++)
{
& switch(i)
& {
& case 1:
& cout<<"\t\t\tJanuary"<<endl;
& DayInMon = 31;
& break;

& case 2:
& cout<<"\t\t\tFebruary"<<endl;
& DayInMon = 28;
& break;

& case 3:
& cout<<"\t\t\tMarch"<<endl;
& DayInMon = 31;
& break;

& case 4:
& cout<<"\t\t\tApril"<<endl;
& DayInMon = 30;
& break;

& case 5:
& cout<<"\t\t\tMay"<<endl;
& DayInMon = 31;
& break;

& case 6:
& cout<<"\t\t\tJune"<<endl;
& DayInMon = 30;
& break;

& case 7:
& cout<<"\t\t\tJuly"<<endl;
& DayInMon = 31;
& break;

& case 8:
& cout<<"\t\t\tAugust"<<endl;
& DayInMon = 31;
& break;

& case 9:
& cout<<"\t\t\tSeptember"<<endl;
& DayInMon = 30;
& break;

& case 10:
& cout<<"\t\t\tOktober"<<endl;
& DayInMon = 31;
& break;

& case 11:
& cout<<"\t\t\tNowember"<<endl;
& DayInMon = 30;
& break;

& case 12:
& cout<<"\t\t\tDecember"<<endl;
& DayInMon = 31;
& break;
&
& }
& cout<<"Mo\t Tu\t We\t Th\t Fr\t Sa\t Su\t"<<endl; //days names

& for(int k=1;k<DayWeek;k++) & //its need for to correct days tab, when month beginning
& {
& cout<<"\t";
& }

& for(int g=1; g<=DayInMon; g++) & // show days
& {
& cout<<g<<"\t";
&
& if(DayWeek%7==0) & // tab days by week
& {
& cout<<endl;
& DayWeek=0;
& }
& DayWeek++;
& }
&
& cout<<"\n\n";
&
}
system("pause");
return 0;
}

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