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package org.apache.commons.net.ftp.parser;
This interface specifies the concept of parsing an FTP server's timestamp.

Since:
1.4
public interface FTPTimestampParser {

    
the default default date format.
    public static final String DEFAULT_SDF = UnixFTPEntryParser.DEFAULT_DATE_FORMAT;
    
the default recent date format.
    public static final String DEFAULT_RECENT_SDF = UnixFTPEntryParser.DEFAULT_RECENT_DATE_FORMAT;

    
Parses the supplied datestamp parameter. This parameter typically would have been pulled from a longer FTP listing via the regular expression mechanism

Parameters:
timestampStr - the timestamp portion of the FTP directory listing to be parsed
Returns:
a java.util.Calendar object initialized to the date parsed by the parser
Throws:
java.text.ParseException if none of the parser mechanisms belonging to the implementor can parse the input.
    public Calendar parseTimestamp(String timestampStrthrows ParseException;
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