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Deprecation warning

mauler
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When I compile my code (JDK 1.5.0_06) I receive the following message:

MainFile.java:221 warning: [deprecation] toLocaleString in java.util.Date has been deprecated
            string tmpDate = curdate.toLocaleString().trim();

There is an accent under the . after curdate.

Do I need to change API's, if so how, or can I compile and ignore the deprecation messages.

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Mick BarryJava Developer
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you can ignore the warning.
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Commented:
or to get rid of it replace line with:

String tmpDate = DateFormat.format(curdate)

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