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1. SimpleDateFormat and locale based format string    stackoverflow.com

I'm trying to format a date in Java in different ways based on the given locale. For instance I want English users to see "Nov 1, 2009" (formatted by "MMM d, ...

2. Is there another way to retrieve default pattern for a given locale?    stackoverflow.com

Is it possible to retrieve a default pattern for a given locale, without casting an object returned by DateFormat.get*Instance() to a SimpleDateFormat? I understand, that in most cases everything will be OK, ...

3. How locale dependent is SimpleDateFormat?    stackoverflow.com

I often create SimpleDateFormat with a patterns like HH:mm:ss or yyyy-MM-dd to output dates in a locale independant way. Since there is a also constructor taking an additional locale parameter I'm ...

4. SimpleDateFormat pattern based on locale    stackoverflow.com

I need to build a date format like dd/MM/yyyy. It's almost like DateFormat.SHORT, but contains 4 year digits. I try to implement it with

new SimpleDateFormat("dd//MM/yyyy", locale).format(date);
However for US locale the format ...

5. SimpleDateFormat and locale    coderanch.com

Hi All, I'm using java 1.5 SimpleDateFormat and was wondering if passing a Locale into the constructor for SimpleDateFormat is needed at all, i.e. will it always bring in way you specify in the pattern ?, see below code: String PATTERN = "dd/MM/yyyy HH:mm:ss"; Date now = new Date(); SimpleDateFormat sdf1 = new SimpleDateFormat(PATTERN); System.out.println("Date (default locale) = [" + sdf1.format(now)); ...

6. Locale with SimpleDateFormat    java-forums.org

import java.text.*; import java.util.*; public class LocalDate { public static void main(String[] args) { String pattern = "hhmm ddMMMyyy"; Locale[] locales = { Locale.CHINA, Locale.CHINESE, Locale.ITALY, Locale.ITALIAN, Locale.JAPAN, Locale.JAPANESE }; for(int i = 0; i < locales.length; i++) { DateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat(pattern, locales[i]); System.out.printf(" %s: %s%n", locales[i].getDisplayName(), df.format(new Date())); } } }

7. SimpleDateFormat with Locale?    forums.oracle.com

8. SimpleDateFormat and locale problem    forums.oracle.com