I am working with Java dates , I am unable to get out of this issue. In my file the Time value is saved like (HH:MM:SS)
00:00:08 below is the code and output ..
String timeinsec = "00:00:08"; DateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat("hh:mm:ss"); Date time = df.parse(timeinsec);
What happened is when I assigned the value and time variables. time.fastTime variable show "-17992000"
when I convert back this value to HH:MM:SS it shows me. "-4:-59:-51"
Anybody can help to fix TimeZone issue. My current time zone is GMT+5
int day = (int) TimeUnit.SECONDS.toDays(seconds); long hours = TimeUnit.SECONDS.toHours(seconds) - (day * 24); long minute = TimeUnit.SECONDS.toMinutes(seconds) - (TimeUnit.SECONDS.toHours(seconds) * 60); long second = TimeUnit.SECONDS.toSeconds(seconds) - (TimeUnit.SECONDS.toMinutes(seconds) * 60);
here is the convert back code:
Date new_time = Time_array.get(0).time; //-17992000 stored in "fastTime" variable long diff = ((long)new_time.getTime()); //TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS long diffSeconds = diff / 1000 % 60; long diffMinutes = diff / (60 * 1000) % 60; long diffHours = diff / (60 * 60 * 1000) % 24; String hms = String.format("%d:%02d:%02d", diffHours, diffMinutes, diffSeconds);
in dubug: the value of hms = -4:-59:-51
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