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how can i reformat a Date object

 
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hello,
i have a date object with date details and i want to reformat it from yyyyy-MM-dd format to dd/MM/yyyy format how can i do it?

10x ahead,
netanel
 
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Moving this to the Intermediate forum...
 
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You should use java.text.SimpleDateFormat class for your purpose.
 
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Alright, import Date & DateFormat:


Now you'll create a Date & DateFormat object:


Now you'll format the Date with the DateFormatter:


The closest I could get you was to dd/MM/yy

I'll research around to find the answer!
[ August 01, 2004: Message edited by: Jack Kay ]
 
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Ankur Srivastava was right.

[ August 01, 2004: Message edited by: Jack Kay ]
 
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