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Thread: How to use SDF to display a future date.

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    Default How to use SDF to display a future date.

    When I run this the first date displays correctly (without the time of day),
    but I can't figure out how to call the + 14 days date using SDF.
    I just left a ? in place to show where my problem is.
    Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance();
    SimpleDateFormat ord = new SimpleDateFormat(“MMM dd, yyyy”):
    cal.add(Calendar.DATE, +14);
    SimpleDateFormat arr = newSimpleDateFormat(“MMM dd, yyyy”):
    System.out.println(“Date of Order: “ + ord.format(cal.getTime));
    System.out.println("ArrivalDate: " + arr.format(cal.getTime) );
    Last edited by amarettoCoffee; January 23rd, 2011 at 06:42 PM. Reason: I was able to solve my problem

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