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Default Date Separator

Jay Damon
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Joined: Jul 31, 2001
Posts: 282
Is there a way to directly obtain the default date separator character? I had thought it would be provided via the class DateFormatSymbols similar to the way the grouping and decimal separators are provided via the class DecimalFormatSymbols. I know I could obtain the value indirectly by creating a date and parsing the short format but it seems there should be an easier way?
VIJAY Yadlapati
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Joined: Aug 04, 2003
Posts: 175
There is no such property. The date format depends on the Date class implementation. You can convert date in to any format convenient to your application.
 
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