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Help:java.lang.String and java.sql.Date

 
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I have a problem.
If there is a java.lang.String,how can i turn it to java.sql.Date?
for example:
String temp="2001/12/12";
java.sql.Date date=???

plz,plz,help me
thanks
 
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Hi,
You can use
Date.toString(String)
which returns a sql date.
Raj
 
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public static Date valueOf(String s)
Converts a string in JDBC date escape format to a Date value.
Parameters:
s - date in format "yyyy-mm-dd"
Returns:
a Date object representing the given date
 
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Sorry for my previous reply. i was about to write the method
Date.valueOf(String) which returns a Date but instead, i wrote as
Date.toString(String) which returns a String..
sorry folks...
Raj
 
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Rajendar G,
Please read theJavaranch naming policy and change your display name to one that conforms if you wish to continue posting here. Thanks.
 
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Moving this from Servlets -> Java In General (Beginner)
 
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