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how to compare two dates in mm/dd/yyyy format  RSS feed

 
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"02/11/2013"
I have this date format and i want to check this date is < 05/11/2013
how can i do it???
please send me answer
i am waiting
 
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yogesh m gaikwad wrote:"02/11/2013"
I have this date format and i want to check this date is < 05/11/2013
how can i do it???
please send me answer
i am waiting


Hi yogesh,

Welcome to CodeRanch!

Here at CodeRanch, we encourage users to learn on their own - rather than providing ready-made answers.

Coming to your doubt, there are two methods in Date class: after and before. Both method accept a Date object and return boolean result.

So, it you are having two Date objects, then you can easily invoke these methods.

I hope this helps.
 
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Do you have those dates as strings? Then you'll first want to parse them into Date objects, using java.text.SimpleDateFormat.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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