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I was hired by a researcher at my college and my current task is to debug a java program that someone else wrote last semester. I'm not very familiar with java, but I managed and have fixed almost every problem. The remaining problem is the date. I want to be able to set a user specified date. I looked at the online documentation for java date, and it lists some constructors and other methods which do exactly what I need. But for some reason, those constructors can't be found. It can find the basic date() constructors. The same goes for other functions I've tried to use.
My question is this: I'm using Eclipse, is there a way to update or import the neccessary libraries/packages?