The java.nio.file.attribute.FileTime class is used to get a value representing this file’s timestamp i.e, the time when this file was last modified, accessed, or created.
public final class FileTime extends Object implements Comparable<FileTime>
Method Description compareTo(FileTime other) This method compares the value of two FileTime objects for the order. equals(Object obj) This method tests this FileTime for equality with the given object. from(Instant instant) This method returns a FileTime representing the same point of time value on the time-line as the provided Instant object. from(long value, TimeUnit unit) This method returns a FileTime representing a value at the given unit of granularity. fromMillis(long value) This method returns a FileTime representing the given value in milliseconds. hashCode() This method computes a hash code for this file time. to(TimeUnit unit) This method returns the value at the given unit of granularity. toInstant() This method converts this FileTime object to an Instant. toMillis() This method returns the value in milliseconds. toString() This method returns the string representation of this FileTime.
Below is the implementation of some methods from java.nio.file.attribute.FileTime class in java:
21 FileTime are not equal 1071000000 21 -1 1970-01-01T00:00:00.021Z
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