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barbie (2653)

barbie
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Journal of barbie (2653)

Sunday April 27, 2003
03:17 PM

Another Module Idea

[ #11873 ]
While helping out on a Perl message board recently, I posted some code to create a select box of dates. I used davorg's module Calendar::Simple, and it worked really well, for what the question posted wanted.

After a little while, I looked back over the code, and realised two things. Firstly I'd actually made it alot more longwinded than necessary, and secondly there is quite a module to built around it.

So now I have the beginnings of Calendar::List, which will export DateList() and DateSelect(). The former will return either an array or hash based on its parameters, while the second will return a string containing a completed HTML Select Box code snippet. You'll be able to pass a hash of settings to each, which will do all sorts of fun things like preset start/end dates, ignore weekends, limit the number of options, etc. Hopefully I'll have something decent to initially realse in a couple of weeks.

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  • Sub Names (Score:2, Interesting)

    DateSelect is a pretty ambiguous name for a sub. Maybe something that denotes it generates an HTML snippet? DateHTMLSelect? HTMLSelectFromDate?