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Date Picker 1.0.0

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Jonathan Handojo
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It's been quite a while since I put up something up here, so I thought I might as well share something that could potentially be useless hours of my work, but a bit useful (hopefully). This could potentially be somewhere already that I could not find, but I'll post it here anyways.

 

This program would not have been possible had it not been for the function LM:GrText, therefore huge credits to Lee Mac for his amazing function to assist with this program.

 

For you programmers who mainly deal with dates, here's a subfunction that uses a dialog box to visualize a calendar for the selection of a specific date. Call the function JH:DatePicker to start the function. The function takes in three arguments, which could all be nil for defaults, or the following below:

 

  1. The first argument takes in a string that represents the title of the dialog box to display.
    • Supplying nil or a blank string will use "Date Picker" by default on the title.
  2. The second argument takes in a list of three integers, representing the year, month, and day respectively to highlight on initializing the dialog.
    • Supplying nil will highlight the current date by default.
  3. The third argument takes in a function to only allow specific dates in the calendar for selection and disable others.
    • Supplying nil will enable all dates for selection.
    • If a function is supplied, it should comply with the following.
      • The function should take in three integers: the year, month, and day respectively.
      • If the function returns nil, those dates in the calendar will be disabled for selection.
      • If the function returns a non-nil value, those dates in the calendar will be enabled for selection.

 

In the end, the function shall return a list of three integers, in the form of year, month, and day.

 

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