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Old 12-16-2016, 01:31 PM   #1
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LXer: Using the command-line calendar and date functions in Linux


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I have always interested in historical dates*and determining what actual day of the week an event*occurred on. What day of the week was the Declaration of Independence signed? What day of the week was I born on? What day of the week did the 4th of July in 1876 occur on? I know that you can use search engines to answer many of these questions. But, did you know that the Linux command line can supply those answers too?read more

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did you know that the Linux command line can supply those answers too?
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