How to create LocalDateTime in Java 8 - Example

The LocalDateTime is a new class introduced in Java 8 new Date and Time API. This class is in java.time package and it represents both date and time information without timezone. In this example, you will learn different ways to create an instance of LocalDateTime class in Java 8 e.g. by using the static factory method, or by combining LocalDate and LocalTime instances together, which are subsequently used to denote date without time and time without the date in Java 8. As their name suggests they are local, so they don't contain timezone information. They are always bound to local timezone i.e. the timezone of the machine on which your Java program is running. The class which contains the date, time and timezone information is known as ZonedDateTime in Java 8.
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