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perl -ne 'print scalar localtime' < infile > outfile
- the "-n" switch, causes perl to assume a "while <>" loop (see perldoc perlrun)
- the $_ can be dropped, because it is implicit
- there is no need to chomp, as you probably want the newline anyway

Darren :)

In reply to Re^5: changing date format in and out by McDarren
in thread changing date format in and out by gio001

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