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vidya sagar
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I am looking for some utility classes in java which is normally needed for all projects like dealing with date and time,etc that are not available in java api

is there any site or link, please provide the same

and also suggest some methods which are commonly needed for a project in utility classes.

Thanks in advance
 
Christophe Verré
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The classes related to dates in the API are usually more than enough.
What are you looking for in particular ?
 
vidya sagar
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my boss today morning came to me and told prepare some user defined methods for utility class which we can use for all projects in general.

I am also working on it........and looking for some guidance and help from rancher friends
 
fred Joly
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You might have a look at this

Quite useful sometimes

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Stan James
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Since you mentioned dates ... the TimeAndMoney pacakge is useful, and it's a good example of a "domain driven design" and a good example of test first development and tests intended as documentation.

On the other hand, writing any code that you don't need yet is a guess at future needs that may well be wrong, and an investment in inventory that does not yield profit or running software. "Develop some utilities" is a very questionable directive.

On the other hand (I'll run out of hands soon enough) keeping your job is a good thing.
 
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