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Thread: convert date format from 2017-09-21 to jtextbox

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    Default convert date format from 2017-09-21 to jtextbox

    Hi,
    how to convert date value from 2017-09-21 to jtextbox?

    example date value is 2017-09-21 then it converted to 3 jtextbox whiches become
    jtextbox1 = 21
    jtextbox2 = 09
    jtextbox3 = 2017?

    Please help.....

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    Default Re: convert date format from 2017-09-21 to jtextbox

    how to convert date value from 2017-09-21 to jtextbox?
    What is jtextbox? It is coded like it is a variable name. What data type is it?

    Is the value: 2017-09-21 in a String?

    The example implies that it is a String with numeric values separated with the "-" character.
    The String class's split() method is one way to extract the substrings separated by the "-" character.
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    Default Re: convert date format from 2017-09-21 to jtextbox

    Hi Norm,
    I did this but got error
            String Status;
            String TGL,part1,part2,part3;
                jCmbType.setSelectedIndex((int)jTable1.getModel().getValueAt(row, 0));
                jCmbTrxSource.setSelectedIndex((int)jTable1.getModel().getValueAt(row, 1));
                jtxtJournalNo.setText((String)jTable1.getModel().getValueAt(row, 2));
                TGL = (String)jTable1.getModel().getValueAt(row, 3).toString();
                String[] parts = TGL.split("-");
                part1 = parts[0];
                part2 = parts[1];
                part3 = parts[2];
                jCmbYear.setSelectedItem() = part1;

    the error messages is cannot applied to given types....

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    Default Re: convert date format from 2017-09-21 to jtextbox

    the error messages is cannot applied to given types....
    Please copy the full text of the error messages and paste it here.

    The posted code does not show the data types for many of the variables used there.
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    Default Re: convert date format from 2017-09-21 to jtextbox

    Hi, the problem is solved just put the part1 inside jcmbyear
    jCmbYear.setSelectedItem() = part1; -----> jCmbYear.setSelectedItem(part1);

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