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i am developing an app of tracking employees

I want to track the time of employee when he log out

i want to set time 8:00 AM to 4:00pm whenever employee want to logout before 4:00pm user will get alert

basically i want to compare time on run time.

so how to do it

i also tried isBefore() and isAfter() but in my case it always return true.
 
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Post the code you have, and tell us what it does and doesn't do correctly.
 
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String time="4:00pm";


simply i want to compare it with run time current time

whether time is less than current time or greater than current time etc
 
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A string does you no good. From Android 8 onwards you can use the java.time package for working with time; start reading here: https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/datetime/TOC.html
 
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I've left the office at 2 AM more than once. What should the app do in those cases?
 
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2 AM is not allowed time
 
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obaid abbassi wrote:2 AM is not allowed time



And so your explanation of what the app should do, given that rule, is...
 
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I think it can be done sooner. at 3 o'clock in the morning for example. see more car parking multiplayer hack speed by techbigs
 
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without your code, it is difficult to explain
 
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