Java java.util Day
Java examples for java.util:Day
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snap End Of Day
snap End Of Work Day
snap Forward Num Days
snap Next Day
snap Start Of Day
snap To Next Day
is Calendar Today
get Age Days from Java LocalDate
get Some Day Date
Convert to a date from a UTC string with either day or second granularity.
Convert to a UTC date string containing only the day (granularity is "day").
get Age from Birthday
get Date Before Yesterday
difference In Days between two Calendar
get Days Between Dates
get the end of the day having been given a date
get the beginning of the day having been given a date
Adds days to the given Date object and returns it.
Computes the Age from the birthday till the compute Date object.
Computes the eastern sunday for the given year.
Computes the number from eastern sunday for the given year.
Subtract days to the given Date object and returns it.
Set the time component of the calendar to midday.
Return a date, set to midnight of the current local day.
Gets the end of the day based on the given Calendar .
Gets the start of the day based on the given Calendar .
get Now Day
get Today Calendar
get Begin Of Day
get Day After Date
get Today Midnight
new Date For Day
get Next Day
get Interval Days
get Next Day From Number
if two date is the same day
get Day Index
This method returns new date by adding (subtracting) days to the original date.
This method calculates how many days are between two dates.
Returns a new GregorianCalendar instance that is the specified value plus the specified number of days added.
is Same Day
Whether the two date are on the same day
Add an offset to a particular day
number Of Days Between Calendar
find Nearest Previous Monday
The day part of the Calendar date.
new Calendar For Day
is Calendar Same Day
get Gregorian Day
calculate Monday Date
days Between two date
Get date of last number of day
get Monday Date
get Sunday Date
This method adds days to Calendar
get Day Difference Between Time
Calculate the number of days between start and end.