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what's the difference?

zb cong
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Joined: Jan 14, 2002
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hello
i don't know the difference between the "java.sql.Data" and "java.util.Date",i mean how can i decide when i use which?
thank you!
Pete Lyons
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Use java.util.Date for most of your normal programming needs. java.sql.Date is part of JDBC and involved with databases, etc.
zb cong
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thanks for your helps
could you tell me how the "java.sql.Date" involve with database?
for example,i can use the "java.sql.Date" to receive the oracle Date type field,but "java.sql.Date" can't.
zb cong
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or sorry,my typing mistake.
i can use the "java.util.Date" to receive the oracle Date type field,but "java.sql.Date" can't.
 
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