Java time range check

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In Java, there are various methods available for determining whether a specific time falls within a given time range, disregarding dates. Let us explore various ways to check if a given time lies between two times in Java.

1. Using the isAfter() and isBefore() methods

Below is an example of using the isAfter() and isBefore() methods available in the Java LocalTime class.

package com.jcg.example; import java.time.LocalTime; public class TimeRangeChecker { public static void main(String[] args) { // Define the start and end times of the range LocalTime startTime = LocalTime.of(9, 0); // 09:00 LocalTime endTime = LocalTime.of(17, 0); // 17:00 // Define the time to check LocalTime checkTime = LocalTime.of(13, 30); // 13:30 // Check if the checkTime is within the range if (checkTime.isAfter(startTime) && checkTime.isBefore(endTime)) { System.out.println(“The given time is within the specified range.”); } else { System.out.println(“The given time is outside the specified range.”); } } } 1.1 Code Explanation

This Java code defines:

We import the LocalTime class from the java.time package to work with time objects.Inside the TimeRangeChecker class, we define the main method where our code execution begins.We declare and initialize the start (startTime) and end (endTime) times of the range using the of() method of the LocalTime class.We

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