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 Post subject: Re: Writing a mortgage calculator
PostPosted: Wed Sep 01, 2010 1:06 pm 
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Ok two questions I'm having problems answering.

What happens if I make my first monthly mortgage payment on the 31st of January. The next month has no 31st?

What happens if I'm scheduled to make a payment on the 5th of November but that day is a Saturday or Sunday?


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 Post subject: Re: Writing a mortgage calculator
PostPosted: Wed Sep 01, 2010 1:53 pm 
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left_blank wrote:
Locutus wrote:
why are you bothering when there's already loads on the market today??


Primarily because I became interested in coding websites and I needed a vehicle to practice on.


Self improvement, eh? Why can't you just lie on the couch, drink beer, and watch "I'm a Celebrity...." like the rest of us? I s'pose you think you're some kind of big shot?

Seriously, you've done a nice job on the website, particularly for an amateur. It looks like all the logic is in JavaScript (no server-side programming), is that right? Keep up the great work.


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 Post subject: Re: Writing a mortgage calculator
PostPosted: Wed Sep 01, 2010 2:04 pm 
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Thanks dormutag.

Most of the user interface stuff happens on the client side but the results pages are mostly dynamically generated by the server. All the calculations happen there also and then they get returned to the browser and displayed. I'm making the second version more server reliant so I can support older browsers/phones etc. Javascript and CSS will be layered onto that rather than intrinsically intertwined (I hope!).


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