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What the most up to date way of working with Time/Dates

 
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Every time I start a problem involving date or time, I google "working with date/time" and get a different set of options.

Normally I would take a Youtube course in an unfamiliar topic but i feel that with Date/Time, any tutorial could be outdated.

From a quick search, I found the following classes :



Sometimes my eclipse flags and error or issue that a particular method or class is no longer supported
 
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Google Java date/time API
 
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