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    Question Is their any method which converts a Julian date to an actual date.

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    I have to program , given a number say 145 i should get back 25-May-06

    Can any one tell me ,is their any built in method which takes a julian date and gives an actual date .

    or any help with, how to code to get the actual date

    Thanks
    renu

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    Have you tried using GregorianCalendar's set method and the appropriate constant, Calendar.DAY_OF_YEAR? Then you can change the Calendar object into a Date via the getTime() method. If you need to format the output further, use a SimpleDateFormat object.

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    Look here.

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