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Old March 6th, 2016, 03:16 PM
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Default Date issue resolved

Actually, after I thought about it a little more, I went back and looked a little closer and found a typo in the date format. After I fixed that and ran the debugger again, I could see the dates listed each time the program went through the loop, but they still weren't showing on the device. So I thought, maybe they aren't showing up because I wasn't asking them to. I took a look at my Quake.java and, sure enough, I had entered the book code and all it asks for is the time.

In Quake.java the book only lists:

sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("hh:mm");

So you only get the hour and minute values. I changed the code to:

Public String toString() {

SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd, hh:mm");

String dateString = sdf.format(date);

return dateString + ": " + "M " + magnitude + ", " + details;

}

Now I have the date as well as the time in my listing.

I still can't get the program to give me the listing in Eclipse.
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