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hey,
can somebody out there tell me how to use this JDate class thing. I have no clue how to do this assignment without it. Well i guess i could use some form of complicated math but i dont think its worth the time to figure out the math when there is a class out there that pretty much does it for u(besides i dont know what complicated math i'd use )
 
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You don't need JDate for GeekWatch.
"Be sure to read up on what the Date class can do for you."
 
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I dont own the book so i dont knwo where to read up about the Date class. I looked on teh following page http://www.javaranch.com/doc/index.html
but i could not find the date class there. I just foudn JDate and GDate. I would appreciate it if you could point me to where I can find info about the Date class
THanks
 
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You can find the info on the Date class and much more here: Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition, v 1.3
API Specification
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Sumant a big part of programming in Java is knowing which classes to use from the API. You do need to learn how to find information from the API.
Good luck
 
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