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1. What is the best way to parse a date in MM/DD/YY format and adjust it to the current / previous century?    stackoverflow.com

One of our customers wants to be able to enter a date with only 2 digits for the year component. The date will be in the past, so we want it ...

2. Distinguishing and Parsing Dates in Java    stackoverflow.com

i know this topic isn't new, though i have to dig it up again. I already searched the Web numerous times (including some Threads here on stackoverflow) but haven't found a ...

3. How to parse "Thu Aug 04 00:00:00 IST 2011" to "04-08-2011"?    stackoverflow.com

I want to parse the date Thu Aug 04 00:00:00 IST 2011 to dd-MM-YY format like 04-08-2011. How to do this in Java?

4. Java Dateformat -- Can I compare input to certain formats and parse the input based on the format that it is matched to?    stackoverflow.com

For example: A user can enter 01/23/1983 or 1/23/1983 How would I use DateFormat to write up two different kinds of formats like (MM/DD/YYYY) and (M/DD/YYYY) and compare them to the ...

5. using parse() from DateFormat    coderanch.com

6. DateFormat parsing problem    forums.oracle.com

Hi, A little limitation I have discovered in DateFormat. I'm using SimpleDateFormat, and I supply the format "HH:mm" I expect the DateFormat parsing to fail when calling parse() for Strings such as "12:13:13", since in the format there is no seconds-resolution. Instead, the parsing runs without exception and returns the time 12:13:00 (The seconds are truncated). Is thyere a way to ...

7. DateFormat parse method usage    forums.oracle.com

DateFormat dateFormatter = DateFormat.getDateInstance(DateFormat.SHORT, Locale.getDefault()); Date d = null; try { dateFormatter.setLenient(false); d = dateFormatter.parse(dateString); } catch(ParseException pe) { e.printStackTrace(); } ================================================================= This code works perfectly for all formats of String objects I give except for the format - "12/12/12/1" in which case it converts to following date object - "Wed Dec 12 00:00:00 IST 2012" although its an invalid date ...

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