Integer constants for the third version of set() : Gregorian Calendar « Data Type « Java Tutorial

DAY_OF_YEARSet a value from 1 to 366
MONTHSet a value of JANUARY, FEBRUARY, etc., through to DECEMBER, corresponding to values of 0 to 11
DAY_OF_MONTH or DATESet a value from 1 to 31
WEEK_OF_MONTHSet a value from 1 to 6
WEEK_OF_YEARSet a value from 1 to 54
HOUR_OF_DAYA value from 0 to 23
HOURA value from 1 to 12 representing the current hour in the a.m. or p.m.
MINUTEThe current minute in the current hour — a value from 0 to 59
SECONDThe second in the current minute, 0 to 59
MILLISECONDThe millisecond in the current second, 0 to 999
YEARThe current year — for example, 2004
ERACan be set to either GregorianCalendar.BC or GregorianCalendar.AD (both values being defined in the GregorianCalendar class)
ZONE_OFFSETA millisecond value indicating the offset from GMT
DST_OFFSETA millisecond value indicating the offset for daylight saving time in the current time zone

2.40.Gregorian Calendar
2.40.1.Creating Gregorian Calendars
2.40.2.Specifying the locale(TimeZone) explicitly for Gregorian Calendar
2.40.3.Creating a Calendar object from a locale
2.40.4.Creating a Date Object for a Particular Date
2.40.5.Setting the Date and Time
2.40.6.Setting a GregorianCalendar object to a particular date
2.40.7.Integer constants for the third version of set()
2.40.9.Set with GregorianCalendar.YEAR, MONTH and DATE
2.40.10.Getting Date and Time Information: get the day of the week
2.40.11.Using a switch statement on the values for day
2.40.12.Modifying Dates and Times: adding 14 to the year
2.40.13.To go into the past: making the second argument negative in the 'add' method
2.40.14.To increment or decrement a field of a calendar by 1 using the roll() method
2.40.15.Comparing Calendars
2.40.16.Displaying Date by weekday name
2.40.17.Printing out weekday names
2.40.18.Determine the day of the week