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  1. [SOLVED] Re: New to java, need to know how to incorparate system time into a block of code.

    Norm, thank you; I found a way to do it see below, not prity but it worked. The trick was the import string I tried did not work.

    package com.allmycode.first;
    import java.util.Date;

    public...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: New to java, need to know how to incorparate system time into a block of code.

    I would like to see the time as hour min example 2:20

    Thanks
  3. [SOLVED] New to java, need to know how to incorparate system time into a block of code.

    Hello, below is a simple block of code. I have been trying to add a println of the
    system time. I tried many examples but most start with import java.util.Calendar;
    This gets an error in eclipse...
  4. [SOLVED] How do I run test code in different file under a project

    New to Java and eclipse, not sure if my question is java or eclipse question so I will try post on both forums.
    Lets say you have a project, class, file created and the code you wrote so far works....
  5. [SOLVED] New to JAVA need some help with println multiple variables, I want to add a space

    (Answered) Hello My name is harry nash (lostbit)
    I am new to JAVA. I want to know how to insert space between
    the value of two variables in the println statement. The code below
    outputs...
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