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1. Custom Date and Time String from milliseconds    stackoverflow.com

I have time in milliseconds for ex. 1308700800000; I need to convert it to something like Jun 9'11 at 02:15 PM. I tried using

SimpleDateFormat format ...

2. Java determine if a time is X minutes greater    stackoverflow.com

I know how to determine IF a time stamp is "greater than" "equal to" or "less than" using the date function, but I don't know how to determine HOW MUCH greater ...

3. simple java program that enables 2 Time-format input and count the time-difference    stackoverflow.com

I'd like to know how to make a simple program where user can gave 2 input time(hh:mm) format ---and receive the elapsing time as the output. the program will run and enable user ...

4. SimpleDateFormat not working    stackoverflow.com

I'm tearing my hair off my head on this one. Trying to parse this string into a Date object:

Fri, 28 Oct 2011 07:43:18 GMT
But it will not work. Instead I get ...

5. How to get Hours from a date using java    stackoverflow.com

What is the date format to get only hours in 12-hours format from this time

 Thu Oct 20 13:12:00 GMT+02:00 2011


using this code
Date eventDate = tempAppointments.get(i).mStartDate

// date pattern
DateFormat ...

6. Displaying Date and Time using SimpleDateFormat    forums.oracle.com

I am having trouble displaying the year in a 4 digit format. My code is as follows: long measurement; Calendar TimeStamp = Calendar.getInstance(); SimpleDateFormat TimeStampFormat = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy:dd:hh:mm:ss"); TimeStamp.setTimeInMillis(measurement); System.out.print( "\n" + this.getName() + TimeStampFormat.format(TimeStamp.getTime()) + "\t" + Double.longBitsToDouble(measurement)); The display is as follows: 1229798184808538385 38972723:04:10:15:38 Sun Feb 04 22:15:38 EST 38972723 1229798184808538385 38972723:04:10:15:38 Sun Feb 04 22:15:38 EST 38972723 1229798184808538385 ...

7. help with SimpleDateFormat and time    forums.oracle.com

A Date object represents a moment in time, which can have different textual representations. A Date is represented in Java by a number of milliseconds counted from a fixed moment in time: 00:00 UTC on January 1, 1970 AD (using the Gregorian Calendar), which is the same as 01:00 CET. If that is not the time you mean, you should create ...

8. SimpleDateFormat and Daylight Savings Time    forums.oracle.com

I am trying to parse into a Date "April 15 1999" with "MMM d YYYY" using SimpleDateFormat. This string parses w/out error and the resulting Date is: Thu Apr 15 00:00:00 PST 1999. This is correct in that I am in California. The problem is that 4/15 is Daylight Savings Time in 1999. The getTimeZone result for the parent DateFormat is ...