.atDate()

Published Dec 27, 2023
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The .atDate() method in Kotlin is a function that combines date and time into a LocalDateTime object. This method is beneficial when creating a complete timestamp by merging separate LocalDate and LocalTime instances.

Syntax

localTime.atDate(localDate)
  • localTime: The time component.
  • localDate: The date component.

Example

This example demonstrates combining a time and a date:

import java.time.LocalDate
import java.time.LocalTime
import java.time.LocalDateTime
fun main() {
val date = LocalDate.of(2023, 12, 25)
val time = LocalTime.of(15, 30)
val dateTime = time.atDate(date)
println(dateTime)
}

The above example will give the following output:

2023-12-25T15:30

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