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Is there a Java equivalent of DateTime.MinValue and DateTime.Today in the Java Date class? Or a way of achieving something similar?

I've realised how spoilt you are with the .NET datetime class, I also need the equivalent of AddDays(), AddMonths().


See also, Java: What/where are the maximum and minimum values of a GregorianCalendar?.

2018年06月19日16分50秒

+1. Java built in dates are bad. Take the 3 extra seconds to build around Joda time, and you will be much happier.

2018年06月19日16分50秒

I've heard of Jon Skeet's api, but is this android friendly?

1970年01月01日00分03秒

I believe it is completely android-friendly. (Jon Skeet has made a port of JodaTime to .NET (noda-time))

2018年06月19日16分50秒

I thought Joda time was his not Noda time, I'll give it a try

2018年06月19日16分50秒

I could just use the epoch as the min value (I'm looking for something to indicate no date has been set), I'm not so sure about the opposite though

2018年06月20日16分50秒

this doesn't answer his question.

2018年06月20日16分50秒

Bozho, as Chris has understood I was attempting to point him in the right direction for date manipulation with core Java.

2018年06月19日16分50秒

well, fine. Just to note that the downvote is not mine.

2018年06月19日16分50秒

I didn't think it was Bozho, I've read enough of your answers that you don't strike me as that petty. I admit the answer could have had much more detail but I didn't really have time.

2018年06月19日16分50秒