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Java framework for time management

Viktor Kubinec
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Joined: Jan 28, 2012
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Hello,

i'm looking for a time management framework with funcitionality like defining and searching time intervals, their colisions (intersections) ...

Any suggestions?

Thanks.
Jesper de Jong
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I don't know if it has exactly what you're looking for, but Joda Time is a very good library for dealing with dates and times.


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