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I have getting date object as Mon Jan 24 00:00:00 IST 2000 i have have converted it in the form yyyy/MM/dd using SimpleDateFormat class. But i am getting the converted date as String form. But i want it in date form itself. can anybody suggest me how to do this. . Date d=new Date(); SimpleDateFormat sdf=new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy/MM/dd"); String _format=sdf.format(d); System.out.println("the date is:"+_format);
Thu Mar 22 20:51:35 IST 2007 the date is:2007/03/22 --> I want this date as java.util.Date but it is returning in string format.
Hi, Your Date object hasn't changed at all. When you format a Date with SimpleDateFormat, you get a String but the Date object remains intact. Your code is working fine. SimpleDateFormat is used to format dates to be shown as needed, and to parse strings that represent dates to a Date object. If what you need is to get the date written in any other format, just create another instance of SimpleDateFormat, and use the same Date object. I hope this helps. Pablo.