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Why is 01/01/2000 unparsable?

 
Timothy Sam
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I'm trying to use DateFormat object like this...



then I get...


java.text.ParseException: Unparseable date: "01/01/2000"
 
Richard Green
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Try this
 
Timothy Sam
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Would this solution be ok if I had to format a String like


2006-06-26 19:18:21.857


thanks for your answer!
 
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a String like


2006-06-26 19:18:21.857
Look in the API until you find SimpleDateFormat. It's all there.
 
Timothy Sam
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But I am having this error...

java.text.ParseException: Unparseable date: "2006-06-27 14:48:49.42"


Here's my method that parses a date String input



and here's how I use it...

 
Vishwas Hegde
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DateParser.parseDate("1980-02-14 00:00:00.0", "mm/dd/yyy")


Use this as the pattern yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss.S

Later with this object (result), you can change it to your desired pattern.

Hope that helps.


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