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hi, i would like to check how do i display time from my program?
because i'm require to use double as datatype. my time result will end up 11.0 instead of wat i hoping to show like 11.00 or better still 11:00?

and advice on how do i display date eg 27 09 2007 only instead of everything Mon Sep 10 09:00:00 SGT 2007?
any advice please?







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Look at SimpleDateFormat. You can construct a formatting string to put the date in just about any format you can imagine.
 
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