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Date is not coming correctlty

String x="2007/04/05";
            SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("MM/dd/yyyy");
            x= sdf.format(sdf.parse(x));
            System.out.println("DateExample.main().."+x);


            result:DateExample.main()..03/04/0172
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chaitu chaitu
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chaitu chaitu
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JaaxArchitectCommented:
Change the format to "mm/dd/yyyy"
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jhshenCommented:
Assume 04 is month and 05 is day.

String x="2007/04/05";
SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy/MM/dd");
x= sdf.format(sdf.parse(x));
System.out.println("DateExample.main().."+x);

result:DateExample.main()..2007/04/05
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jhshenCommented:
Or maybe what you want to do is to convert 2007/04/05 to 04/05/2007.

Please refer to the code below:
String x = "2007/04/05";
        SimpleDateFormat sdf_from = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy/MM/dd");
        SimpleDateFormat sdf_to = new SimpleDateFormat("MM/dd/yyyy");
        x = sdf_to.format(sdf_from.parse(x));
        System.out.println("DateExample.main().." + x);
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sciuriwareCommented:
Jaax,  'm' is for minutes, 'M' for months.
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