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I want to get month and year from the timestamp.

Ex: Timestamp timestamp = new Timestamp(new Date().getTime());

I am using timestamp.getMonth() and timestamp.getYear() to get month and date but both the methods are deprecated.
What methods should i use instead of these deprecated methods?

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Srikanth.
 
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You should use a Calendar object.

You can obtain one for your locale, set it to the timestamp's time and use it as follows:

 
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And remember to compare the month against the month constants: Calendar.JANUARY - Calendar.DECEMBER. That way you won't get that confused when you notice that the months are 0-based
 
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