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get the date of next Monday

 
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In Java, is there a way I can get the "date" value of NEXT Monday 9AM ?

For example, if now is Tuesday I want next Monday's 9Am DATE, if now is Monday 9:05AM I still want next Monday's 9AM DATE; if now is 8:55AM MOnday, then it should give me today's 9AM.

I don't see such API. Any help will be appreciated.
 
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There isn't any API that has that exact method built into it. But you could certainly use java.util.Calendar to do the calculation.
 
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For most date/time calculations, java.util.Calendar is your friend.


The last two lines show you how to get a Date object or String from the Calendar.
 
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Thank you very much
 
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