[JAVA] Get date without using Calendar class

The one that usually comes up when searching for a date

Calendar c = Calendar.getInstance();
Date date2 = c.getTime();
Speaking of which, it's not Calendar, but there are also the following:
Date d = new Date();

The one added in Java 8

//Get the current date and time with Instant
Instant i = Instant.now();
//Get with LocalDateTime
LocalDateTime l = LocalDateTime.now();

There are many other things, but I will omit them. By the way, it seems that you can convert from java.sql.Timestamp type to LocalDateTime type.

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