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Yeah, of course they did, and they cant correct it just because it would be incompatible with milions of older apps. Month returns month number as 9(for this november which is infact 10th month but according to the index the code returns out put as 9 so adding +1 at the end of would give correct output. The troublesome old date-time classes had many poor design choices and flaws.

Dont you think that Android developers have made an error. This inconsistency and related confusion still exists in Java (and C) to this day. MONTH)+1; this gives exact month number as Calendar.

But I'm not sure why they didn't change the day and month values to at least both be consistent in their indexing, either from zero or one.

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was its first registrar, now it is moved to MARKMONITOR INC..According to Siteadvisor and Google safe browsing analytics, is quite a safe domain with no visitor reviews. Sun fixed the most glaring problem when they introduced Calendar – the fact that the year 2001 in the Gregorian calendar was represented by the value 101 in their Date class. So 0 is January, and the current month, November, is 10. The origins lie with the POSIX standard functions This API was copied pretty much exactly into the Java Date class in Java 1.0, and from there mostly intact into the Calendar class in Java 1.1. Simple Date Format("MMMM"); println(df1.format(right Time())); println(df2.format(right Time())); println(df3.format(right Time())); As several people have pointed out, months returned by the Calendar and Date classes in Java are indexed from 0 instead of 1.Now in maintenance mode, the Joda-Time project also advises migration to And search Stack Overflow for many examples and explanations.