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1. Date and Time objects    forums.oracle.com

Use a java.text.SimpleDateFormat to turn the string into a java.util.Date object. Get a new java.util.Calendar instance and use that new Date object to set the Calendar object's current value. Add time to the calendar using Calendar's normal methods (read the docs). Then reverse the whole process -- take the Calendar object's new time, get a new Date object from it, and ...

2. FileMonitor issue for date time stamp change.    forums.oracle.com

So if there's a DONE file in the directory, that tells you that you can use the ZIP file? Sounds straightforward enough, we have used the same idea where I work. But I don't see where the timestamps of the files come into it. Who cares about them? If the DONE file exists, that is all you need. You don't care ...

4. Date and Time echoing    forums.oracle.com

6. How can i remove time from a date.??    forums.oracle.com

7. how to extract the date n time from images    forums.oracle.com

8. __DATE__ and __TIME__ macros    forums.oracle.com

Do you want this per class or per project. Per project then use an ant task (such as BuildNumber/propertyfile, or write your own if that is not enough). Per class: You could use a 3rd party precompiler (a few for J2ME exist, or you could just use your c++ compiler in its precompiler mode).

9. Removing (changing) time part of java.util.Date    forums.oracle.com

Look at the code. It creates one Greg object, and sets its value to the Date object's value. Then it clones that Greg object to a second Greg object. Finally it replaces all the fields in the second Greg object by either fields from the first Greg object or by zero, as appropriate.

10. java date and time on login time    forums.oracle.com

11. How to get the system date and time using java    forums.oracle.com

import java.util.Date; import java.util.Calendar; import java.util.GregorianCalendar; public class MyClass { public void setTimeStamp() { int hour, minute, second, time = 0; Date dt=new Date(); System.out.println(dt.getDate()); System.out.println(dt.getMonth()); System.out.println(dt.getYear()); Calendar cal = new GregorianCalendar(); hour = cal.get(Calendar.HOUR_OF_DAY); minute = cal.get(Calendar.MINUTE); second = + cal.get(Calendar.SECOND); System.out.println (hour + ":" + minute + ":" + second); } public static void main (String args[]){ MyClass app ...

12. how to get date and time? pls help~ ~.~    forums.oracle.com

More generally, if you write like a semi-literate **** you will very likely be ignored. So don't use instant-messaging shortcuts. Spelling "you" as "u" makes you look like a semi-literate **** to save two entire keystrokes. Worse: writing like a l33t script kiddie hax0r is the absolute kiss of death and guarantees you will receive nothing but stony silence (or, at ...

13. Date time localization    forums.oracle.com

14. Easy way to get the remaining time from one date to an other    forums.oracle.com

It depends on the range of values you expect to handle. If you are only expecting the dates to differ by less than a day, then you extract the milliseconds from the Date objects by using the getTime() method, then just take the difference of those two numbers. Sorry, I don't know what "long-format" means for a duration.

15. To insert the date and time    forums.oracle.com

17. Removing time (hh:mm:ss) from Date object    forums.oracle.com

You could use an java.sql.Date. Those should be normalized to 12 o'clock GMT. No, it isn't normalized automatically! I thought that as well, but because I wasn't 100% sure, I ran a unit test lately, and I figured out, that it isn't! (I think it has something to do with the timezone.) It should be manually normalized though! (And probably it ...

18. Date with zero time: long value has time?    forums.oracle.com

I wrote a method to calculate the number of days between 2 dates. I only get correct results with rounding because the date Wed Mar 22 00:00:00 CET 2006 has the long value 1142982000000L but dividing this long value by the number of milliseconds for 1 day (86400000), I get a fraction: 13228,958333333333333333333333333 instead of a value 13229.0. I wonder if ...

19. Date Time    forums.oracle.com

20. how to get time in milisecs between two dates....    forums.oracle.com

Parse the dates using DateFormat and/or SImpleDateFormat. On the resulting Date objects, call getTime(). Subtract the long values obtained. I used to say, every time you need to do date or time arithmetics (like adding or subtracting months, weeks, days, hours or minutes), use Calendar and/or GregorianCalendar, and their getTime() and setTime() for converting to and from Date. When it comes ...

21. problem of date and time......    forums.oracle.com

23. Showing Date and Time    forums.oracle.com

24. time and date for plain document    forums.oracle.com

25. how to reset the time in Date?    forums.oracle.com

As you discovered, that method tells if one Date object represents an instant in time that comes before the instant in time represented by the other Date object. As suggested: Put them into a Calendar, set the hours, minutes, seconds, milliseconds to zero, and then compare the two calendars (or the Calendars' Dates or longs if Calendar doesn't give a before() ...

26. function which returns netherlands date and time    forums.oracle.com

FiveOClockSomewhereException at t com.microsoft.jdbc.base.BaseExceptions.createException (Unknown Source) at t com.microsoft.jdbc.base.BaseExceptions.getException(Un known Source) at t com.microsoft.jdbc.sqlserver.tds.TDSRequest.processErr orToken(Unknown Source) at t com.microsoft.jdbc.sqlserver.tds.TDSRequest.processRep lyToken(Unknown Source)(Compiled Code) at t com.microsoft.jdbc.sqlserver.tds.TDSRPCRequest.process ReplyToken(Unknown Source)(Compiled Code) at t com.microsoft.jdbc.sqlserver.tds.TDSRequest.processRep ly(Unknown Source)(Compiled Code) at t com.microsoft.jdbc.sqlserver.SQLServerImplStatement.ge tNextResultType(Unknown Source)(Compiled Code) at t com.microsoft.jdbc.base.BaseStatement.commonTransition ToState(Unknown Source)(Compiled Code) at t com.microsoft.jdbc.base.BaseStatement.postImplExecute( Unknown Source)(Compiled Code) at t com.microsoft.jdbc.base.BasePreparedStatement.postImpl Execute(Unknown Source)(Compiled Code) at t com.microsoft.jdbc.base.BaseStatement.commonExecute(Un ...

27. need help on about date and time    forums.oracle.com

Realize there are three separate things you have to master in your problem: 1. Getting the current date and time 2. Formatting that are you wish it to appear 3. GUI issues: responding to a button click and displaying a string. To help you with this, you have to be clearer about your program. AWT? Swing? SWT? Web application?

28. Time conflict/overlapping problem for the same date.    forums.oracle.com

Hi, If there are 5 / infinity time slots on the same date and we need to check the conflicts/overlapping between those time slots. My idea is pick first time slot and compare it with rest of the time slots and then pick second time slot and compare it with rest of the time slots for overlapping/conflicts with other and then ...

29. How to use system date and time    forums.oracle.com

30. date and time function    forums.oracle.com

an employee table, i store that table with date function, it stores with time, then that date colum in the table is needed in another table. so i retrieve it using to_char function,because using to_date didn't get date with time. then i try to store the retrieved date values into another table but it not get updated. y? give me query ...

31. Time from Date class    forums.oracle.com