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Calendar.HOUR_OF_DAY at midnight

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hi experts

I have this code using java 7:

Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance() ;
int hours = cal.get(Calendar.HOUR_OF_DAY) ;

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If the program is running at 12 AM , will hours be 23, 24 or 00 ?

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Midnight is 0

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thanks, any help with this question will be greatly appreciated
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