Java java.util Time

Java examples for java.util:Time

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  1. get Current Time No Dash
  2. convert To Gmt Timezone
  3. Build up a String representing the difference in time between two Calendar objects.
  4. Get the difference in time between two calendars for an individual time unit.
  5. Create a calendar object for the current time plus the time specified by the input string.
  6. Get the length of a time frame in days rounded up.
  7. Get the offset between GMT and the local timezone
  8. Resets the time in the specified datetime object to 0:00:00.000.


  9. Resets the time in the specified datetime object to 23:59:59.900.
  10. Returns a string representation of the date part of this datetime object.
  11. Returns a string representation of the whole datetime object.
  12. Clear the time part from calendar
  13. Get today without time fields
  14. Whether the calendar has time part
  15. remove Time from Date
  16. for Time Ms


  17. Creates a Date object that only contains the current date not the time.
  18. Remove the time part from a Date object.
  19. return a date with stripped time
  20. strip Time Info from Date
  21. get Current ISO Date as OffsetDateTime
  22. long To Date String via LocalDateTime
  23. Prints string given in text with current time.
  24. stringify Workout Time
  25. Makes a time String in the format HH:MM:SS from a Date.
  26. Convert string as format "yyyy-MM-dd" to java.sql.Date.
  27. Convert string as format "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss" or "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm" or "yyyy-MM-dd" to java.util.Date.
  28. This method will format the time given in milliseconds to a string in the 00:00 format
  29. Function to convert milliseconds time to Timer Format Hours:Minutes:Seconds