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DayLight Savings time TO CST conversion

 
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I am converting daylight savings time to Central Standard time. I tried using TimeZone and SimpleTimeZone but when I get the date in java.util.Date format it automatically reduces 1 hour if the date passed is switchOver date i.e. First Sunday of April at 0200 Hrs.
 
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This is a bit hacky but you could simply query the timezone using the isDalightTime( Date date ) to see if it's adding an hour and then adjust accrdingly.
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