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LocalDateTime not worked with DateTimeFormatter.ISO_OFFSET_DATE_TIME as ZonedDateTime did

 
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Hi Mr. Hanumant Deshmukh ,

Note: ZonedDateTime not included for OCA Exam. I just mention to compare with LocalDateTime.

I found there is a difference in working with ZonedDateTime and LocalDateTime.

LocalDateTime doesn't support DateTimeFormatter.ISO_OFFSET_DATE_TIME, but ZonedLocalDateTime does.

Here is the code:

Output is produced as follows:


What does it mean the 'OffsetSeconds' in error section?

Thank you

 
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Please check the documentation for ISO_OFFSET_DATE_TIME. Maybe it requires a time object with a field representing the offset between GMT/UTC and the local time zone in seconds. You should be able to find that from the local and zone date time documentation, or there might be something in the Java™ Tutorials. About halfway down that tutorials section there is a page about time zones.
 
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