Java Date and Time

The java.time, java.util, java.sql and java.text packages contains classes for representing date and time. Following classes are important for dealing with date in java.

Java 8 Date/Time API

  1. java.time.LocalDate class

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  2. java.time.LocalTime class

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  3. java.time.LocalDateTime class

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  4. java.time.MonthDay class

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  5. java.time.OffsetTime class

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  6. java.time.OffsetDateTime class

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  7. java.time.Clock class

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  8. java.time.ZonedDateTime class

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  9. java.time.ZoneId class

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  10. java.time.ZoneOffset class

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  11. java.time.Month enum

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  12. java.time.DayOfWeek enum

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Classical Date/Time API

  1. java.util.Date class
  2. java.sql.Date class
  3. java.util.Calendar class
  4. java.util.GregorianCalendar class
  5. java.util.TimeZone class
  6. java.sql.Timestamp class

Formatting Date and Time

  1. java.text.DateFormat class
  2. java.text.SimpleDateFormat class

Get Current Date and Time

How to get current Date and Time


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