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java.util.Calendar.after() method

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  • Last Updated : 25 Apr, 2018
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java.util.Calendar.after() is a method in Calendar class of java.util package. The method returns true if the time represented by this Calendar is after the time represented by when Object. If it is not the case, false is returned.

Syntax :

public boolean after(Object when)

Where, when is the Object 
that is to be compared.

Below are some examples to understand the implementation of the Calendar.after() function in a better way :

Example 1 :




// Java code show the usage of
// after() method of Calendar class
import java.util.*;
  
class GFG {
  
// Driver code
public static void main(String[] args) 
            throws InterruptedException {
                  
    // creating calendar object
    Calendar cal_obj1 = Calendar.getInstance();
                  
    // printing current date
    System.out.println("Time 1 : " + cal_obj1.getTime());
      
    // creating Calendar object     
    Calendar cal_obj2 = Calendar.getInstance();
      
    // printing current date
    System.out.println("Time 2 : " + cal_obj2.getTime());
                  
    // checking if 1st date is after 2nd date
    // and printing the result
    System.out.println(cal_obj1.after(cal_obj2));
    }
}

Output :

Time 1 : Thu Mar 01 09:26:04 UTC 2018
Time 2 : Thu Mar 01 09:26:04 UTC 2018
false

Example 2 :




// Java code to show the usage of
// after() method of Calendar class
import java.util.*;
  
class GFG {
      
    // Driver code
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
  
        // creating calendar objects
        Calendar cal_obj1 = Calendar.getInstance();
        Calendar cal_obj2 = Calendar.getInstance();
  
        // displaying the current date
        System.out.println("Current date is : " + cal_obj1.getTime());
  
        // changing year in cal_obj2 calendar
        cal_obj2.set(Calendar.YEAR, 2010);
  
        // check if calendar date is after current date
        System.out.println("Result : " + cal_obj1.after(cal_obj2));
    }
}

Output :

Current date is : Thu Mar 01 09:27:19 UTC 2018
Result : true

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