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how to find monday in a selected date

 
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when i select a date, i need to find sunday and monday for that particular week . can you give idea for this.
If you dont understand means, just consider am selecting a date. Then i have get start date and end date of a week

 
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Well, it seems the first step is to get the day of the week for the date you're interested in. The Calendar class can do that - look at the get method and the DAY_OF_WEEK constant in the Javadocs.

Once you've got that, you can roll the date forward/back the right number of days. The Calendar.add method will do that for you.
 
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