I want to make a watch face that will display 5 dates: the current date, and the following 4 days. Therefore, I need to add 1, 2, 3, and 4 to current dates.
I know that this:
would add 1 to date and take care of end of month to beginning of next month, but it only changes the day, not the month. In other words, how can 6/30 go to 7/1? I don’t just want the 30 to go to 1. I wanted the months to follow suit as well.
Also, I was if today were 6/29, I would want the following dates displayed on watch
6/29, 6/30, 7/1, 7/2, 7/3
Any suggestions would be appreciated. I am new to learning this coding thing, but catch on quick.
OK. thanks. My issue was that I was trying to do nested conditions, meaning, I was trying to create conditions within conditions (old C++ programing trick); but it looks like we just need to list all the conditional statements out separately, within one tag box. Thanks. I have learned a lot here.
AHHHHHHHH…my issue was that I was not using the double dollar sign ($$) for nested conditions, it all makes sense now. Thanks. I think listing individual conditional statements is easier and looks “cleaner”, but I am glad to know the nested ones work here as well.