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Thread: Splitting a String which is Double Hours Method

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    Default Splitting a String which is Double Hours Method

    Hello I am really struggling to make the Split String method work with another method which is double hours.

    	HtmlElement span = new HtmlElement(SPAN_OPEN, SPAN_CLOSE);
    		span.setValue("Drive Time: ");
    		td.addNestedElement(span);
     
    		HtmlElement span2 = new HtmlElement(SPAN_OPEN, SPAN_CLOSE);
    		span2.addAttribute("class", "drive_time");
    		String time=String.valueOf(showSet.getTransferHours());
    		/*Split the Strings into Hours and Minutes*/
    		 /*var xDate="::";*/
    		 /*alert(xDate.replace(":"," hrs, ").replace(":"," min and ");*/
    		 /*t = Time(double)*/
         	/*hours(double) = t / 60.0d;*/ 
    		/*minutes(int) = t % 60;*/
    		 /*hour = parseInt(arr[0]) + " hr";*/
    		 /*min = parseInt(arr[1]) + " min";*/
     
    		DateFormat formatter = null;
            Date getTransferHours = null;
     
            //SimpleDateFormat also allows to include time information e.g. HH:mm
            String date = "hh:mm";
            formatter = new SimpleDateFormat("HH:mm");
            getTransferHours = (Date) formatter.parse(date);
            System.out.println("Date from HH:mm String in Java : " 
                                + getTransferHours);
     
     
     
         	span2.setValue((String.indexOf(showSet.getTransferHours()) + " hr "  ));
    	    /*span2.setValue((String.indexOf(showSet.getTransferHours(min))) + " min" ));*/ 
     
    		td.addNestedElement(span2);
     
    		tr.addNestedElement(td);
     
    		return tr;

    Any suggestions appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Michele


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    Default Re: Splitting a String which is Double Hours Method

    What does this code do? What do you want it to do? Where is your MCVE?
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