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Antonio Giovanni
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Joined: Jun 27, 2005
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Hi all,

Please look at the code...

The Result that is showing up is
00:00 when i mention String am_pm="PM";

When i mention String am_pm="AM"; the result showing up is

THe results are in reverse order !!! What's going wrong... or some kind of a bug !!!..

Please share your comments..

Dave Wood
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Joined: Aug 02, 2004
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I think the answer lies in the javadoc for Calendar.HOUR:


public static final int HOUR

Field number for get and set indicating the hour of the morning or afternoon. HOUR is used for the 12-hour clock (0 - 11). Noon and midnight are represented by 0, not by 12. E.g., at 10:04:15.250 PM the HOUR is 10.

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Antonio Giovanni
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Joined: Jun 27, 2005
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Thanks a lot
I agree. Here's the link:
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