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JDateButton is a Java date selection utility

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JDateButton is a Java date selection utility for graphically selecting the date. It utilises a Button to display the date, which when pressed will bring up a Calendar dialog to select the date. Table renderer and editor versions are also included. The range of dates selectable by the dialog can be controlled as can the locale and date Format.

Version v1.3.0 has been migrated to Java 8 and the new LocalDate class. Previous versions were based on the Date and Calendar class.

Version v2.0.0 has been migrated to JavaFX.

Version v2.1.0 has merged the two code bases providing separate JavaFX and Swing jar files

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