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How to get the next day in Java?

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Hi I'm working with dates in Java in format of ddmmyyyy and mmddyyyy. Currently I'm working with strings only and I wany to use Java objects instead. I need these features from the object:

1. I need the ability to get a string represantaion of the Object as dd/mm/yyyy or mm/dd/yyyy.
2. I need to be able to get the next day in  the calendar (the input should be such a Java object)
3. Is this object Comparable? i.e Can I insert it to a tree map and it will be sorted accordingly?

What object should I use and how?

Thanks!
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1. Use a DateFormat
2. Use Calendar.add
3. Yes, Date is Comparable - you'd use that. It's the *keys* of a tree map that are sorted
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