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how to get the date from the string representation of date

 
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hello everyone,

i have a datecombobox named endDateCombo.....i have set the value of it by providing


now i am extracting the value from endDateCombo as:



Once i have done this i need to know a way so that am able to extract the Date and time from the above string specified so that i can typecast it to Timestamp and perform comparisons.

please help

thanks.
 
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I think you need to use method :
 
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thanks for the reply...

you mean that i need to write the following statements to get the date and time from the string representation:


and once i get the date representation i'll write the following statement to get the timestamp:


please reply
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I think yes.
 
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If you want java.util.Date here is example:


and if the java.sql.Date
 
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thanks for the replies...am trying the ways suggested by you all to get my problem solved....
 
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@ swastik dey:



i tried the way you suggested...

but am getting errors:



could anyone explain where exactly am going wrong with the parsing???
 
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@subhash kumar:
thanks for your reply..
the imoprts in my application are:


and its giving the error which i have already posted in the previous post.
thanks
 
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Neha:

Read this
http://www.roseindia.net/java/java-conversion/StringToDate.shtml

Hope it would help!
 
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Don't put such long lines inside code tags.
 
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@Campbell Ritchie:Sorry..will take care from next time
 
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Apologies accepted. It's just that such long lines expand the window beyond the width of the screen and are difficult to read.
 
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