Returns the date, which will be after the given amount of given time units from the given date e.g. addToDate(date(), DAY, 1 ) returns the “tomorrow” date: (current date + 1 day ).
This method correctly handles leap years, daylight saving time tweaks, e.g. its ( DAY, 1 ) may actually add to the date 23 or 25 hours during DST switch, in order to get the correct result
Name Type of value Description date java.util.Date The original date. timeUnit Valid values:
Defines the time units. amount double The number of time units (may be negative — in this case the returned date will be in the past relative to the given date).
Type Description java.util.Date The new date obtained by adding the given amount of specified time units to the original date.
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