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    hi guys i m working on a project for my college..where i need to store the date in this format i.e dd/mm/yyyy and time in hh/mm separatly in Oracle database ...can you help me that you i get this date and time separetly


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    What part of this are you having trouble with? Where are you stuck? How are you storing the dates in your code? Where is your small example program? (Not your whole project, just an SSCCE)
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