Cal is a little program I wrote when I needed it for a demo. Is is quite similar to the Unix command cal. It displays a simple calendar.
cal [-13msyeh?] [[month] year]
|-1||Print one month only (default).|
|-3||Print the previous month, the selected month and the next month on one row.|
|-m||Print a calendar where Monday is the first day of the week, as opposed to Sunday.|
|-s||Print a calendar where Sunday is the first day of the week (default).|
|-y||Display a calendar for the entire year.|
|-e||Use English month and day names. Cal will otherwise use the local month and day names.|
|-h, -?||Display a simple help screen.|
A single parameter specifies the year (1 – 9999) to be displayed. The year must be fully specified:
cal 89 will not display a calendar for 1989 or 2089, but for the year 89. Two parameters denote the month and year, in that order. The month is a number between 1 and 12.
A year starts on January 1.
Compilation is straighforward.
An older version required my Console unit, but that posed problems when text was redirected to a text file or some other stream (IOW, there is a bug in Console.pas I could not correct yet). Since Console was only used to reverse colours for the display of the current date, I used direct Windows API calls to achieve this, in the new ReverseColors procedure.
Cal is freeware. All rights are reserved. Its code is provided as is, expressly without a warranty of any kind. You use it at your own risk
I hope this code is useful to you. If you use some of it, please credit me. If you modify or improve the program, please send me the modifications.
I may improve or enhance Cal myself, and I will try to post changes here. But this is not a promise. Please don’t request features.
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