Allocates a Date object and initializes it so that it represents the moment at first of the second specified by the yr, month, date, hrs, min, and sec arguments, in the local time zone. The consequence doesn’t depend upon the native time zone. As of JDK model 1.1, changed by (yr + 1900, month, date, hrs, min) or GregorianCalendar(yr + 1900, month, date, hrs, min).
A fundamental formatter that combines a primary weekyear date and time with out millis, separated by a T: xxxx’W’wwe’T’HHmmssZ. If ($ed >= $sd) $w-; # If the tip date falls on the same day of the week or a later day of the week than the start date, subtract per week.
Thus, for example, -5 occurring within the string would mean “5 hours west of Greenwich” and +0430 would mean “four hours and thirty minutes east of Greenwich.” It’s permitted for the string to specify GMT, UT, or UTC redundantly-for example, GMT-5 or utc+0430.
Returns the number of seconds past the minute represented by this date. A formatter that combines a full date and time without millis, separated by a T: yyyy-MM-dd’T’HH:mm:ssZZ. As of JDK version 1.1, changed by (Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH). A fundamental formatter that combines a basic date and time without millis, separated by a T: yyyyMMdd’T’HHmmssZ.