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Why are my dates returning the wrong year?
I have the code below but when I assign one of the dates to another object they don’t match. I am using java and how this is happening does not seem to be by coincidence. The dates that shouldn’t be the same happen to be the most recent ones, although that’s hard to tell from the screenshot attached to this message.
DateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat(“MMMM dd”);
DateFormat date = new SimpleDateFormat(“MMM dd, yy”);
DateFormat date2 = new SimpleDateFormat(“MMM d, yy”);
Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance();
Date date1 = cal.getTime();
Date date2 = (df.parse(“March 17, 2011”));
Date test = date2;
I think you’re going to want to use format string MMM d, yy
DateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat(“MMMM d, yyyy”); // Month, month day year
DateFormat date2 = new SimpleDateFormat(“MMM d, yyyy”); // Month month day year
And for reference, the docs are HERE.
Your two formats for parsing dates are not compatible. MMMM