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I need to calculate the given date to check for a certain period of time if Given date: 10/12/2005 5:00pm Saturday
then Display the time stamp as Monday date 10/14/2005 8:30am

any date that falls between Saturday 5:00pm to MOnday 8:00am I need to show it as MOnday 8:00am. how can i do this?
Any sample code is helpful. Thanks in advance
 
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Aks,
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You can use the Calendar API to help you with this. It provides methods to get the day of week and hour. You can combine these with some if statements to set the date to Monday morning when it is in that range.
 
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Jeanne,
Do you have any sample code to refer
 
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