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    malakaherath is offline Member
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    Default dynamically updating clock

    is there a class to get the cureent time from the system and allow it to run as a clock. I mean display the time like a real clock.

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    For time you can try:
    Java Code:
    DateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat("hh:mm");
    Calendar calendar = Calendar.getInstance();
    Date date = new Date();
    System.out.printf("calendar time = %s%n         date = %s%ntime = %s%n",
                       calendar.getTime(), date, df.format(date));
    For milliseconds you can use System.currentTimeMillis().

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    You can use Timer class to call a method every seconds and you can also get system time with Java. By combining these, i think you can implement what you want.

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