Format Joda-Time DateTime to mm/dd/yyyy

If you're working with Joda-Time in Java and need to format a DateTime object to display as mm/dd/yyyy, you can use the DateTimeFormat class to do so.

DateTime dateTime = new DateTime();
String formattedDate = DateTimeFormat.forPattern("MM/dd/yyyy").print(dateTime);

The first line creates a new DateTime object with the current date and time. The second line uses the DateTimeFormat class to create a formatter that specifies the pattern "MM/dd/yyyy" (where M represents the month and d represents the day). The print method is then called on the formatter, passing in the DateTime object, to generate a String in the desired format.

By using this code, you can easily format Joda-Time DateTime objects to display as mm/dd/yyyy in Java.

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