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1. DateFormat with no miliseconds

This is probably a simple question but I can't seem to find the solution. I have a time string that is 8 digits long (epoch seconds), when I try to format this ...

2. Can I alter DateFormat.SHORT to include seconds or something similar?

In my application I am using code like this:

DateFormat df = DateFormat.getDateTimeInstance(DateFormat.SHORT, DateFormat.SHORT, locale);
String s = df.format(d);
to format dates in an application that is used across different locales. I'd like ...

3. Java DateFormat

I know Java Date Time is not a good way to go forward but I was just curious as to what's happening: Why does the following line: DateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat("dd-MMM-yyyy", Locale.US) not ...

4. Going from MM/DD/YYYY to DD-MMM-YYYY in java

Is there a method in Java that I can use to convert MM/DD/YYYY to DD-MMM-YYYY? For example: 05/01/1999 to 01-MAY-99 Thanks!

5. Internationlization Java

Is there way to overwrite the default values for internationalization? Example if I get the date in EEEE format it will give me Sunday but I want something like Sunnyday. "EEEE, dd ...

6. DateFormat issue

This code is always throwing a parse expection

java.text.ParseException: Unparseable date: "2011-10-28T17:06:03.046Z". 
I'm using 1.6.0_24 java ver.
SimpleDateFormat inFormat = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSSZ", Locale.US);

7. Can we pass value to annotations at runtime?

We need to create an annotation in java called DateFormat. It will take string dateformat eg.

class  User
    private Date birthDate;
Here the date ...

8. Help in using DateFormat

I have a method that will take in a string and convert it into a Date using DateFormat. The problem is that I am not sure what the format the string should take. I used the date : "15-Jul-1999" which through up a java.text.ParseException: Unparseable date: "15-Jul-1999" All I need is the day month and year not the time. Thanks for ...

9. How o Display dateformat

10. Using DateFormat

I have dates in the form 23-Dec-2005 12:34:10 I wish to compare them - this works but TimeStamp is deprecated :- Timestamp start = new java.sql.Timestamp(ts.parse(starttime)); Timestamp stop = new java.sql.Timestamp(ts.parse(stoptime)); Calendar calstart = Calendar.getInstance(); Calendar calstop = Calendar.getInstance(); calstart.setTime(start); calstop.setTime(stop); if (calstart.compareTo(calstop) == 0 ) JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null," Equal"); I have tried using DateFormat instead of TimeStamp but am stuggling.

11. DateFormat and Calculation

Hi all, I have a textfield, in which the user enters his day of birth (in dd/mm/yy format). I would like to calculate the age of user when he enters this. 1. getCurrentDate 2. format it in order to be same with the textfield 3. substract Is it right? or what is the best way to do this? Thanks for any ...

12. DateFormat usage

13. DateFormat getPattern

Hi guys, I'm looking for a way to get the date pattern from the DateFormat class. They have a number of localized styles, but I can't seem to work out how to get the actual pattern string. This seems to be supported in the SimpleDateFormat class, but not DateFormat. So, for example, what is the DateFormat.MEDIUM pattern for Japan? I'd like ...

14. quarterly dateformat

15. DateFormat problem

16. Help with DateFormat!?

17. DateFormat class - not getting result

Although it is very bad practice to name your classes to the same name as a class from the Java API you could solve your issue my specifing which Date class to use. public class Date{ public static void main (String [] args){ java.util.Date now = new java.util.Date(); java.text.DateFormat df = java.text.DateFormat.getDateInstance(java.text.DateFormat.MEDIUM); String s = df.format(now); System.out.println("Today is " + s); ...

18. regarding DateFormat and calender

19. DateFormat.Default issue

I have a small problems with Windows and formatting of Dates, you can set the SHORT date format and the LONG date format, but not the Medium anywhere that I can see and Medium is the Default. I tend to get different results on Date formats now when i go from Machine to Machine, any idea where I can set this ...

20. DateFormat

Number of week in a year depends on your locale. Run this code: public class Main1 { public static void main(String[] args) throws ParseException { Locale [] locales = Locale.getAvailableLocales(); for(Locale l : locales){ printt(l); } } static void printt(Locale l) throws ParseException{ String myStrDate = "01/26/2010"; DateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat("MM/dd/yyyy",l); Date myDate = df.parse(myStrDate); String weekday = new SimpleDateFormat("EEE", ...

21. regarding dateformat

22. DateFormat Error

23. DateFormat

Hi every body, I am trying to change the date format from 21-Sep-87 into 1987-09-21. For this, I followed the following method. But I do ' not know why it is not working. This code is working fine to me. String textDate = "JAN2001"; SimpleDateFormat sdfInput = new SimpleDateFormat ( "MMMyyyy" ) ; SimpleDateFormat sdfOutput = new SimpleDateFormat ("yyyy-MM-dd") ; Date ...

24. anyone understand the DateFormat method?!?

hi i was wondering if anyone could help me out with the answer to this??!? thanks people There is a standard class called DateFormat which (among other things) lets you convert dates to various different output formats. It has a subclass SimpleDateFormat which you may also use). Use it to write a method called convert which returns a String in the ...

25. DateFormat from regional setting

Hi, I have requirement to display the date in the format what is selected in the system's regional setting. I am able pick the format with the help of code written below ((SimpleDateFormat)DateFormat.getInstance(DateFormat.Short, Locale.getDefault)).toPattern(); This is returning me the format in case of US ----> "MM/dd/yy"(Displaying 12/17/07), but systems regional setting shrt date displaying in the format ---> "MM/dd/yyyy".(Displaying 12/17/2007) Can ...

26. Dateformat 1000*60*60*24

27. DateFormat - lenient not working as expected?

28. Extending DateFormat

I've got some difficulties figuring out how to properly extend the DateFormat class to format the output as I want it. Basically I want to extend the DateFormat class and when I call the format method I want it to output the time like: 17:01:05:045 (with milliseconds included!) I am not sure how to do this. Can someone give me a ...

29. DateFormat please help...

30. DateFormat and loosing a place value

I am trying to Format a Date that is being passed. the date comes as mm/dd/yyyy so in my code I want to parse and reformat it to yyyymmdd String month = cycleDate.substring(0,2); String day = cycleDate.substring(3,5); String year = cycleDate.substring(6,10); int mn = Integer.parseInt(month); System.out.println("mn " + mn); int dy = Integer.parseInt(day); System.out.println("dy " + dy); int yr = Integer.parseInt(year); ...