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Need to set an Ultronic clock

ULTRONIC Touch Screen Thermo Alarm clock TD 552. The operating instructions are not too helpful. I managed to get the time (hour, minute, second) set. The directions then say that to set the date (day of the week, month, day, year) one should press [Date/Time] to enter the date mode. However, I can find no [Date/Time] area to press. Can you help?

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    Write a C program that reads in a date and prints out the date of the next day.

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    Enter a date in the form day/month/year: 17/5/2010
    The date of the next day is: 18/5/2010

    Example 2:
    Enter a date in the form day/month/year: 28/2/1999
    The date of the next day is: 1/3/1999

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Press the time (current time - numbers) to get to the date mode. Then hold-press "SET" to set it.

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