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In a database table there is field for expiry date of the credit card number of the customer
if i want to retrieve it i have to with:
String getDate=ResultSet.getString(int i)
so the date retreived is in the String format
now if i want to compare this date with the current date how should i do it please explain
thank you
 
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U need to parse string and construct one java.util.Date object ,with this u can compare with current(system) Date.
In java.sql.ResultSet u have a method called getDate(int or String) which u can directly get java.sql.Date object which can be compared either.
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Thankyou anil your reply was helpful
 
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