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You'll have to keep leap years in account, but all in all, you need a loop to do this, I fully concur with colucix. Also, your program must have a) execute rights and b) write permission to the folder in question.
If it is only january, the thing is simple (I'm at a loss to the purpose: a calendar with ONLY january, but, this is not my homework) you need two nested loops.
Hmm, do I smell the faint oudor of ... homework?
I have to concur with corp769 though, please dont let US do YOUR homework. Homework has been wrongly translated from the "ancient texts" where it meant "an opportunity to learn and grow"...
Last edited by ButterflyMelissa; 03-12-2011 at 02:30 AM.
Uh. I think that's a misunderstanding? No need to.
Thanks, you brightened my day I felt I had to apologise for assuming I was helping someone out with his homework while he was simply asking for a helping hand...case of jumping tru the wrong loop of my part, I thought.
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well for the answer i did it my way, it was the same i've montioned on the begining i wasn't sure but it still fine # cat | cal 01 2001 > year01.txt ; cat | cal 01 2002 > year02.txt ; ........ 'till: cat | cal 01 2005 > year05.txt [and it wasn't home work ] and for "loop" command i didn't study it yet.