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How to convert Java.util.Date to Calendar?

Posted on 2006-11-15
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Dear Experts,

I'm trying to convert a Java.util.Date to a Calendar.  Apparently, the ...Date is being deprecated in favor of Calendar.  I don't actually have the Date per se.  I have the "milliseconds since 12/1/1970" long value, which apparently forms the basis of Date.  WITHOUT USING DEPRECATED DATE METHODS, is there a way I can convert the long value directly into a Calendar?

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BrianMc1958
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Ajay-Singh earned 500 total points
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use this:


Calender cal = Calendar.getInstance();
cal.setTimeInMillis(...);
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All right!
--BrianMc1958
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