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Date and Time (tough one!)

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Hi Everyone,
This has me STUMPED!
I want to check to see if the date a person enters is before or after 6 PM tomorrow. The date the user enters comes in the format MM/dd/yyyy. If it's currently before 6:00 PM then they are allowed to enter tomorrow's date or later (but not today�s date). If it's currently AFTER 6 PM, then they can only enter the day after tomorrow or later. This seems easier than it is but, for the life of me, I just can't figure it out. If anyone can help I'd really really apprecaite it. Here's what I have so far. Can anyone stear me in the right direction?
Calendar requestedDate = new GregorianCalendar();
Calendar tommorrow = new GregorianCalendar();
tommorrow.add(tommorrow.DATE, 1);
SimpleDateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat("MM/dd/yyyy");
String date = "3/20/2002";
Date parseDate = df.parse(date);
if(requestedDate.equals(tommorrow) || requestedDate.after(tommorrow) && now.get(Calendar.HOUR_OF_DAY) < 14)
System.out.println("no problem entering");
System.out.println("problems entering");
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Problem in your code lies in the calendar objects you've created.
If you dont mention any arguments while creating these GregorianCalendar objects, those will be treated as those objects which show the current date and time.
so the code should look like this :

I hope this helps
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