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how to covert string to date object?.  RSS feed

 
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hello frds.
i want codes of these problems
1)How to convert string to date object?.
2)How to get date, month,year value from the current date?.
3)How to calculate difference in days between two days?.
and more related dates and days years codes........
 
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Its NotACodeMill.
ShowSomeEffort.

For your requirement you can refer SimpleDateFormat from java api.
 
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1) DateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat("dd/MM/yyyy");
Date today = df.parse("20/12/2005");
System.out.println("Today = " + df.format(today));

2) today.getday
today.getHour ....etc
 
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Nitesh Sakargayan wrote:Its NotACodeMill.
ShowSomeEffort.

For your requirement you can refer SimpleDateFormat from java api.


thanks alot
 
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Minni Sharma wrote:
1) DateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat("dd/MM/yyyy");
Date today = df.parse("20/12/2005");
System.out.println("Today = " + df.format(today));

2) today.getday
today.getHour ....etc




Thaks alot dude.
 
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pdayakar, You are welcome.
 
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Please read what it says on the contents page for "beginning Java"

We're all here to learn, so when responding to others, please focus on helping them discover their own solutions, instead of simply providing answers.

Minni Sharma, please avoid giving straight answers to somebody like that. By so doing, you are depriving them of an opportunity to learn.
 
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Campbell is right. Let's try and cultivate a culture of learning.

For example, if pdayakar simply copies Minni's code, and finds that the following is not throwing any exceptions, he'll be puzzled:



@pdayakar A quick glance to JavaDoc for SimpleDateFormat is definitely recommended.
 
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And there's JavaDatesFaq which have more than enough information
 
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