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what is this symbol "[$-409]dd-mmm-yy;@ " Excel to Java???

indu yeturu
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HI, am already posted this thread, but nobody responded upto now .. Please ,please look at this ..

Am trying to import an excel file by using JEXCEL. In excel the format of date is : dd-mmm-yy. Here, when I try to get the data from excel
the date is printing along this symbol like this .. [$-409]13-Mar-10;@ (eg. date is 13-mar-10). Is there any way to get date object from excel to java without format ?
Or how to get rid of this symbol ?

Any help would be highly appreciated ..

thanks
indu


thanks,
indu
indu yeturu
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please close this thread, the problem has solved
Ulf Dittmer
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HI, am already posted this thread, but nobody responded upto now ..

I responded on the very day you posted the question; please be more careful in checking for responses.


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