Pg 345 : 12.3.2 Creating a Date/Time object using the static parse methods

Date: 2019-05-23
Status: Fixed
Fixedinbuild:
Build 19, 2019-07-24
Old Text:
You need to be aware of three such variables - ISO DATE, ISO TIME, and ISO DATE TIME - because when you don’t pass a formatter to the parse methods, these are the formatters that the parse methods use internally to parse the string. Lo- calDate uses ISO DATE, LocalTime uses ISO TIME, and LocalDateTime uses ISO LOCAL DATE TIME to parse the given string. Thus, for example, invoking LocalDate.parse("2018-02-14"); will produce the same result as invoking LocalDate.parse("2018-02-14", DateTimeFormat- ter.ISO DATE);
New Text:
You need to be aware of three such variables - ISO_LOCAL_DATE, ISO_LOCAL_TIME, and ISO_LOCAL_DATE_TIME - because when you don’t pass a formatter to the parse methods, these are the formatters that the parse methods use internally to parse the string. Lo- calDate uses ISO_LOCAL_DATE, LocalTime uses ISO_LOCAL_TIME, and LocalDateTime uses ISO_LOCAL_DATE_TIME to parse the given string. Thus, for example, invoking LocalDate.parse("2018-02-14"); will produce the same result as invoking LocalDate.parse("2018-02-14", DateTimeFormat- ter.ISO_LOCAL_DATE);
Comments:
The default formatters use the "local" versions. So, ISO_DATE should changed to ISO_LOCAL_DATE and so on.
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