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Adding three weeks to a date

Lisa Modglin
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I need to compute several dates based on another date. I understand how to use the GregorianCalendar to add weeks to another GregorianCalendar object, but I have a date. Is it really necessary to get each portion of my date in order to instantiate the GregorianCalendar object? I don't see where the constructor takes a date. Any suggestions?
Horatio Westock
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Lisa Modglin
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Thank you so much! I'm still fairly new and I overlook things. So, you intantiate the object to today's date, then set the time to your date object. Works for me!
 
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