This way?

scala> val epoch = System.currentTimeMillis
epoch: Long = 1415903974545

scala> val date = new Date(epoch)
date: java.util.Date = Fri Nov 14 00:09:34 IST 2014


Thanks
Best Regards

On Thu, Nov 13, 2014 at 10:17 PM, spr <spr@yarcdata.com> wrote:
Apologies for what seems an egregiously simple question, but I can't find the
answer anywhere.

I have timestamps from the Spark Streaming Time() interface, in milliseconds
since an epoch, and I want to print out a human-readable calendar date and
time.  How does one do that?



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