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how to get the time diffrence

pankaj semwal
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Hi,

I am entering time.

But how can i get the time difference between two times.

Eg if enter 05:00 and 19:00

then how can i get the difference between them.

Please help me.

Thanks
Rob Spoor
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Using java.text.DateFormat and java.util.Date. Using the first, convert the strings to Date objects. Then subtract the two Dates, using their getTime() methods.

This will only work of course if the Dates will be on the same actual date. Also, because of daylight savings time, the results may be a little different than you think.


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Daniel Jurado
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Try reading about Calendar class.
 
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