formatDate

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The default method:

String formatDate(Date date, String pattern)
i.e., CommonFns.formatDate(Date, String)

Formats a Date into a date/time string with the given pattern.

There is another extended built in function,

String formatDate(Date date, String pattern, Locale locale, TimeZone timezone, String dateStyle, String timeStyle)
i.e., CommonFns.formatDate(Date, String, Locale, TimeZone, String, String)

Formats a Date into a date/time string with the given pattern, locale, timezone, date style and time style.

You can define a method to use this function by xel-method


Note: If the date style / time style is applied, the pattern will be ignored.

Parameters: In both default and extended function:

  • date - the Date to format
  • pattern - the pattern to apply

In extended function only:

  • locale - the locale to apply
  • timezone - the timezone to apply
  • dateStyle - the date style to apply
  • timeStyle - the time style to apply

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Last Update : 2012/04/30


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