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    [SOLVED] Re: Issue with converting a string to a date

    Norm, aussiemcgr,

    Thanks for the help, especially the tip about toString! #:-s
    I should have mentioned the string the program was giving me in the OP, would have saved us some time haha.

    Dave
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    [SOLVED] Re: Issue with converting a string to a date

    Norm,

    The text of the error is the same as originally,
    required: Date
    found: java.util.Date

    doh is "Date"
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    [SOLVED] Re: Issue with converting a string to a date

    aussiemcgr,

    I actually added the
    Date(int m, int d, int y)
    {
    month = m;
    day = d;
    year = y;
    } to the Date class, it wasn't there before.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Issue with converting a string to a date

    java.util.Date convertedDate = DOB.parse(datestring);
    Calendar calendar = Calendar.getInstance();
    calendar.setTime(convertedDate);
    this.doh = calendar.getTime();
    Same error.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Issue with converting a string to a date

    This is all it contains:

    public class Date
    {
    private int month;
    private int day;
    private int year;

    Date()
    {
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    [SOLVED] Re: Issue with converting a string to a date

    I feel like I should be the one asking this question!
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    [SOLVED] Re: Issue with converting a string to a date

    Hi Norm,

    I actually tried that but there are other lines which compare convertedDate to objects represented in the Date class, so they have to be compatible at some point.

    The program is...
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    [SOLVED] Issue with converting a string to a date

    I have this section:

    public void set_doh(int new_m, int new_d, int new_y)
    {
    String datestring = Integer.toString(new_m) + "/" + Integer.toString(new_d) + "/" + Integer.toString(new_y);...
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