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This just returns null.

1 Answer

Henry Goh
Henry Goh
20,201 Points

Hi Isaiah,
You need to initialise the Calendar object in your main method and throw in a Date object in the parameter.
Calendar calendar = new Calendar(new Date());

Hope this helps.