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    Default im a newbie creating a calendar planner

    If I were to make a simple calendar planner, what should I know first? should i learn about date class or calendar class.

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    The Java SDK Date and Calendar classes are, to put it mildly, not as well-designed or easy to use as they could be. I would strongly recommend that you use a good external date/time library such as Joda Time (the basis for the new date/time APIs in Java 7 - see JSR-310).

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    thanks for the tip^^

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    Please don't post the same question in multiple threads. You may get ban here. Sorry I've to close this thread. If you want any feedback regarding this just send a PM to me.

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