The before() function is a part of Timestamp class of Java SQL.The function returns a boolean value representing whether the Timestamp object occurs before the given Timestamp object.
public boolean before(Timestamp t)
Parameters: The function accepts Timestamp object as parameter which is to be checked.
Return value: The function returns boolean data type representing whether the Timestamp object occurs before the given Timestamp object.
Exception: The function does not throw any exceptions
Below examples illustrate the use of before() function
Example 1: Create two non equal timestamps and check whether the second timestamp occurs before first timestamp or not.
Second Timestamp occurs before first timestamp
Example 2: Create two equal timestamps and check whether the second timestamp occurs before the first timestamp or not
Second Timestamp does not occur before first timestamp
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