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Posted on 2004-09-20
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what is the best way to get the dates like:

Mo, 20.09.2004
Tu, 21.09.2004
We, 22.09.2004
Th, 23.09.2004
Fr, 24.09.2004
Sa, 25.09.2004
Su, 26.09.2004
Mo, 27.09.2004

// and so on.

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Why not use 3 letters for days like every other application? ;-)
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SimpleDateFormat fmt = SimpleDateFormat("EE, dd.MM.yyyy");
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