private List<timespan> ReadText(string strPath)
// This method reads the input file and creates the List.
// On completion it returns the List to the caller.
// Note: do not use Parse to convert strings to values, as it can cause failures.
// use TryParse, which allows you to capture invalid data
private void WriteText(string strPath, List<timespan> tsList)
// This method should just write the elements of the list
// to the new output file.
private void SortTimes(List<timespan> tsList)
// This method sorts the data in the List
You can write each method one at a time and test it in isolation. Only when that test has completed successfully should you think of writing the next one.
And all methods should be driven from the main method, which controls the overall flow of the program.
data, err := ioutil.ReadFile(filepath + filename)
pathname: path.join(__dirname, `./dist/index.html`),
sumTempWeek = 0;
this.x = x
java -D"user.country=US" Application