HomePULSARvol. 1 no. 1 (2012)

Electronic Calendar

Randy R. Cayanong | Marlon A. Timbal | Ian S. Balderol

Discipline: Engineering



The study featured an invention that could tell the day of a certain date even if it is some years ago or some years hence. The process would make use of the patterns of numbers inherent in the standard calendar. This involves matching, counting, and dividing with a specific integer to locate the given date and day.

To establish the functionality of the device, experimental development and descriptive approach were applied through the assessment of purposively chosen evaluators.

Findings of the study indicated that the device was successful because it performed the tasks designed for it.