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I've developed this time class
A no-arg constructor that creates a Time object for the current time. (The data fields value will represent the current time)
when running the program it display the hour data field decreased by 2 hours
is there any reason for this??
thanks in advance
this is the Time class
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One hour off here, and the reason is probably quite simple: daylight savings time. Your code assumes that each and every day since the epoch, January 1st 1970 at 0:00:00, is 24 hours. That assumption is wrong; there are days with 23 hours and days with 25 hours.
If you need this Time class you probably want to use java.util.Calendar to calculate the current values: