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Nas Mohammed
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I din't find any method for the files date created in java.io.File, i need that method badly, can any one help me achieving that task..
 
Maulin Vasavada
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hi,
please have a look at,
this post...
regards
maulin.
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Can anybody check if I am viewing it wrong or if there is a problem? From some days I have been feeling that the Posts are getting time stamped automatically to the latest date. I remember that some discussions were over say on 'x' date then on the 'x'+1 day I would see the same discussion on the list with that date as if somebody have posted to that discussion on 'x'+1 date but when I go there I don't see any new post!!! Still the post has 'x'+1 date timestamp?
E.g.If you view the post I referred to here in above post for the help you will find all time stamps to be of 27th Jan and I remember that I viewed this somedays (may be a week) back!!
Please investigate the problem if there is any.
Thank you.
 
Jim Yingst
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Please investigate the problem if there is any.
I don't think there's any problem. The post you refer to is from Jan 27 2002, not 2003 - I guess it's just a coincidence you found yourself looking at it again exactly one year after it was posted.
As for seeing other things like this - my guess is that you were looking at one of the threads Don Liu was posting in recently. I noticed the same thing you described, always with Don's posts specifically, and I asked him about it here. From his reply it seems there's a perfectly logical explanation, but yeah, it did cause a bit of confusion...
 
Maulin Vasavada
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hi Jim!
thanks for your response. i don't know why i skipped year...(seems i'm going thru 'Y' problem as i am missing the full 2000 part from Y2k Problem we had...:-))
regards
maulin.
 
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