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Mathavan Balakrishnan
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Joined: Nov 10, 2005
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Hi friends
I want to know how to get the system date and time.
Can u tell me the method and class used for that ?
Waiting for ur reply.
Christophe Verré
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Have a look at classes like GregorianCalendar and Calendar.


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Jesper de Jong
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If you want the output in a specific format, have a look at class java.text.SimpleDateFormat.


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