I want to start at a time in the past, say Feb 1, 1956, and add a day on to that date.I've attempted this by doing the following: Gregorian Calendar first Date = new Gregorian Calendar(1956, Calendar.Margo Price was no stranger in Nashville before 2016.The rural-Illinois native spent 12 years taking hard licks in Music City — and developing a modest local following with her former band, Buffalo Clover — and was down on her luck when she shopped her self-financed Sun Studio-recorded solo debut to Jack White’s Third Man Records, the only label in town that didn’t pass on it. With songs like “This Town Gets Around” (a honky-tonk-shufflin’ indictment of Nashville power brokers who expect singers to sleep their way to the top), “Hurtin’ on the Bottle” (a greasy country-blues tune about getting blind drunk in order to see), and “Hands of Time” (an autobiographical Roy Orbison-worthy grand weeper about the cruel world that forced her father to sell the family farm and take a job as a prison guard), Price tells her pedal-steel-punctuated story with a showcase of vocal chops and emotion that twist the knife with every devastating line.Using a spreadsheet dating all the way back to 2010, the Scene has once again managed to conquer the tedious task of entering data and navigating algorithms to calculate our annual list of the 10 best local albums of the year.These results are based on ballot submissions from our crack braintrust of ace music writers.
I am creating a large dataset of time series data to use in prototyping, so that I can get several thousand data points.
FEBRUARY, 1); first Lenient(true); for (int i = 0; i (JFree Chart WYPlot.java:59) at JFree Chart WYPlot App.main(JFree Chart WYPlot App.java:10) If I just try to increment the month by one (first Date.add(Calendar.
MONTH, 1)), I can get to Nov 1, 1965 and then I get the following exception: Exception in thread "main"
I've kept a spreadsheet dating to 2007 that breaks down the Cubs' approximate spending in four categories: (1) the 40-man roster, (2) international signee bonuses and salaries, (3) Rule 4 draft bonuses, and (4) dead money.
The older records have less detail as the free accessibility of detailed contract information has increased significantly in recent years. For example, I don't have the breakdown of international amateur free agent signing bonuses when the numbers get smaller.