I've been trying out Howard's date library. There are many examples for getting the number of seconds since midnight of a certain day, but not since the start of week to which the day belongs. Following the examples I produced this code:
I want to sort my List of Date relative to the current date, e.g we have next items in list: and the current date is 10.08.2018.
I am trapped in a Calendar/TimeZone/DateComponents/Date hell and my mind is spinning.I am creating a diary app and I want it to work worldwide (with a iso8601 calendar).
I have the weekdays from 1 to 7 (Monday to Sunday). I want to get the next date, where the day is the specified day (from 1 to 7).
I had a program where I compared two dates with each other; even though date1 was before date2, date1.after(date2) returned true. Time zones had no effect; both dates were in UTC.
Why does java make us write more code? e.g:Output:Can someone explain why this happens since calendar.getTime() doesn't return a new instance of java.util.Date?
I have a table with two rows, one has a start and one an end time with the same id.For example How would i go around getting the output
This is part of the dataframe I am working on. The first column represents the year, the second the month, and the third one the number of observations for that month of that year.
My Java FX app handles hours worked. I have work start and end time in 2 date fields. I succeeded in calculating the differences between 2 datesTime; but now how could I check if the result is in a night or day range???? The day begin at 6 and ends...
Java does not parse the date as expected and outputs:Your problem is that you are using YYYY, which represents Week year, whereas you wanted yyyy which represents year, see all options here.