Hi,
I have just started learning java (only two days now!) and thought I'd try my hand at making a clock that will give the time in UK and in any other timezone you enter. I have got this (see below), which works ok to give the times from the command line, but I want it to keep automatically updating itself once it is started. Please can anyone tell me how to do that?
Cheers,
Munna
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//This is the code so far

import java.util.*;
import java.text.DateFormat;
import java.io.* ;


public class TellTime
{

public static void main(String[]arguments)
{

/*
//read in the timezone requested by the user
System.out.print( "These are the available time zones: " );
String[] ssIDs = TimeZone.getAvailableIDs();
for( int i=0; i<ssIDs.length; i++ )
System.out.print( ssIDs[i]+" ");
*/


BufferedReader keyboard;
InputStreamReader reader;
System.out.println("Type the required timezone, followed by enter: ");
String sInputText = "";
reader = new InputStreamReader(System.in);
keyboard = new BufferedReader(reader);
try {
sInputText = keyboard.readLine( );
System.out.println("You typed: " + sInputText);
}
catch (IOException e) {
System.out.println("There was an error");
}


//current time in the UK
Calendar ukcal = Calendar.getInstance();
Date dateuk = ukcal.getTime(); //Date object, but getTime method allocates only the time to it.
DateFormat ukdf = DateFormat.getTimeInstance(); //this is where we need the java.txt package, and ask for just the time formatter
String ukTime = ukdf.format(dateuk); //time formatter works its magic on the time in Date object called 'dateuk', and returns a string called 'ukTime'

//current time elsewhere
Calendar wcal = Calendar.getInstance();
Date datewrld = wcal.getTime();
//String myDate = DateFormat.getDateInstance(DateFormat.LONG).format(date);
TimeZone tz = TimeZone.getTimeZone(sInputText);
TimeZone.setDefault(tz);
DateFormat wdf = DateFormat.getTimeInstance();
String wTime = wdf.format(datewrld);


//display time

System.out.println("In England the time is: BST "+ ukTime);
// Print the time zone string.
System.out.println("In your requested time zone the time is: "+ sInputText + " "+ wTime);

}
}