With Java version 1.4 you can now set the date as well with File.setLastModified ( long timestamp )
I have written FileTimes a native class for windows that lets you getYou can examine the date with File.lastModified() and set it in Java 1.4+ with File.setLastModified()
Windows keeps file timestamps accurate to 100 nanoseconds with 10,000 times as much precision as Java’s 1 ms. This means if you copy a file in Java, the new file might not have the exact same timestamp as the old. When you reconstitute a zipped file, its timestamp will be reconstituted accurate only to the even 2 seconds.
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