System.out.printf(Locale.CHINA, "The date is %tc\n", new Date()) : printf « Development Class « Java

System.out.printf(Locale.CHINA, "The date is %tc\n", new Date())

import java.util.Date;
import java.util.Locale;

public class PrintfExamples {
  public static void main(String[] args) {
    System.out.printf(Locale.ITALIAN, "The date is %tc\n", new Date());
    System.out.printf(Locale.CHINA, "The date is %tc\n", new Date());
    System.out.printf(Locale.FRENCH, "The date is %tc\n", new Date());
    System.out.printf(Locale.GERMAN, "The date is %tc\n", new Date());

The date is ven ott 31 16:28:06 PDT 2008
The date is ??? ?? 31 16:28:07 PDT 2008
The date is ven. oct. 31 16:28:08 PDT 2008
The date is Fr Okt 31 16:28:08 PDT 2008


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