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i want to get the mill sec of a given Date String
 
String dt = "01/16/2013 6:00 PM"
Posted 13-Jan-13 23:58pm
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Sandeep Mewara at 14-Jan-13 5:39am
   
It's nothing. Current format does not have any millisecond. You need to be clear on what are you trying to achieve and get.
ravindar veerla at 14-Jan-13 9:49am
   
I want to get the milliseconds of the given Date string like (Time zone.getmilliseconds())

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The millisecond part of such a string is 0, of course. What do you want to obtain, exactly?
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ravindar veerla at 14-Jan-13 9:49am
   
I want to get the milliseconds of the given Date string like (Time zone.getmilliseconds())

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