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In this section we have presented a simple Date example that shows how you can use different constructors of Date.

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  1. Simple Date example
    In this section we have presented a simple Date example that shows how you can use different constructors of Date. We can construct the Date class in a number of ways.
      
  2. Comparing two Dates in Java
    In  this example we are going to compare two date objects using java.util.Date class. For comparing dates, we will be using compareTo() method.
      
  3. Comparing two Dates in Java with the use of after method
    In  this example we are going to compare two date objects in Java programming language. For comparing the date objects we can use after() method of the java.util.Date class.
     
  4. Comparing two Dates in Java with the use of before method
    In the previous example of comparing dates you have seen how to use after() method in java class for comparing two dates. In  this example we are going to compare two date objects with the use of java.util.Date class.
      
  5. Getting date by time
    In this example of creating date using the timestamp value. We can pass the timestamp value as constructor parameter while creating the object of java.util.Date().
      
  6. Getting time in Milliseconds
    In the previous examples of Date class we have created simple Date and now in this section we are going to get the current date and time in the milliseconds.
     
  7. Simple date formatter example
    In this section of simple date formatter example we are going to describe you how you can use different constructors of SimpleDateFormat class to convert the date into the specified format.
     
  8. Example program to change Date formatting Symbols
    In the previous section of examples you have learned about how to create date and how to format them and many such examples.
      
  9. Example program to get all the available time zones
    In this section we show you have to get all the available time zones using java program. This example is very simple java code that will list all the available time zones.
      
  10. Time Format Example
    This example shows how to format time using Format class. In this program we use a pattern of special characters to time format.
      
  11. TimeZone Format Example
    This example shows how to format time zone using Format class. In this program we use a pattern of special characters to time format.
     
  12. Second Format Example
    This example shows how to format second using Format class. In this program we use a pattern of special characters to time format.
     
  13. Minutes Format Example
    This example shows how to format minute using Format class. In this program we use a pattern of special characters to time format.
     
  14. Parsing Date Example
    This example shows how to parsing date using Format class. In this program we use a pattern of special characters to time format.
     
  15. This example shows how to parsing date and time using Format class. In this program we use a pattern of special characters to time format.
      
  16. Day Format Example
    This example shows how to format day using Format class. In this program we use a pattern of special characters to day format.
     
  17. Week Days Format Example
    This example shows how to format week days using Format class. In this program we use a pattern of special characters to format week day.
     
  18. Month Format Example
    This example shows how to format Month using Format class. In this program we use a pattern of special characters to Month format.
     
  19. Year Format Example
    This example shows how to format Year using Format class. In this program we use a pattern of special characters to format week day.
     
  20. Formatting Date for a Locale Example
    This example shows how to format Date using SimpleDateFormat class. In this program we are format date for different locales.
     
  21. Hour Format Example
    This example shows how to format hour using Format class. In this program we use a pattern of special characters to time format.
     
  22. Date Format Example
    This example shows how to format Date using Format class. In this program we use a pattern of special characters to date and time format.
     
  23. Java Time Zone Example
    In this section we have written a java program which will take two Time Zone IDs as its argument and then convert the time between provided time zone IDs.
     
  24. Adding time span example
    In this example java program we have added the two time spans with the use of add() method of Calendar class which is available in the java.util package.
      
  25. Java Subtracting Time Span
    In this example java program we have subtracted  the two time spans with the use of add() method of Calendar class which is available in the java.util package.
      
  26. Java Set Default Locale
    Locale can be set also in our java programs by using the method setDefault() of Locale class. In this example we have set the default locale value of our Locale with the Locale.ITALY.
     
  27. Rolling Time Span in Java
    In the previous example of adding and subtracting time span we have added and subtracted the time spans accordingly and since add() method automatically do the rolling according to the calendar.
     
  28. Java Date Examples
    In this section we will be getting the astrological sign according to the inserted birth date by the user. To get the astrological sign first we require to have a date object which will be providing the inserted date by the user. 
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Posted on: December 18, 2008

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