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hi,

Why the below coding gives error>



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Hi

May be you forgot something? Something related to class Date?

I cannot see from your code where you get your Date class. And you?
 
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Your code has no import statements. Do you import java.util.Date (or java.sql.Date, whichever you are using) into this class?
 
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Missing:

i.e.

import java.util.*;

or

import java.util.*;
 
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