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GreogorianCalendar!? how to work it out

omar bili
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Hi
i'm trying to convert a normal class to a midlet, this class contain an instance of the GregorianCalendar... the j2me classes dont contain GregorianCalendar it only have the interface Calendar (surely i cant create an instance of this class)
is there a way to solve that??
Mark Spritzler
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Isn't there a Calendar.getInstance() method that returns a Calendar? Then you have an instance of an object that is of type Calendar. This allows the phone manufacturer to implement their Calendar version and the getInstance will return that one.

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payal agrawal
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Look at the URL below:

How to display Calendar in mobile device
http://www.java-tips.org/content/view/421/73/
omar bili
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wow getInstance worked, but please can you tell me how was that??
the Calendar is an interface.. what does this function return!?!?
and is it function that exists in a lot of interfaces??
thanks for the help.
Omar
 
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