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how to print current date in JSP. I am using <%= new java.util.Date() %>, but I want to print date in the format like "October 01, 2008"

Posted on 2008-09-30
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Hi I want to print date in the JSP page using default java method. I am using <%= new java.util.Date() %>. but the format in which it is printing date includes current date and time with GMT time zone. But I want to print in a format like "October 01, 2008 ".  Can you please help me what code i need to write for this in JSP.
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You can use this

<%= new java.text.SimpleDateFormat("MMMM dd, yyyy").format(new java.util.Date()) %>
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thanks
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