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Is there such a class called "date" in Java? If so where can I find information about it such as examples of what objects and methods are used?
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There's a java.util.Date class, as well as a subclass for database use. See examples at the end of the page here for examples of use:


http://javaalmanac.com/egs/java.util/pkg.html
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