Thank you all for the replies. I did figure out what i was doing wrong..I had $t
..when i should have had $t-1
use POSIX 'strftime';
my @t = (localtime(time));
my $lastday = POSIX::mktime(0,0,0,0,$t,$t,0,0,-1);
my $lastday_prev = POSIX::mktime(0,0,0,0,$t-1,$t,0,0,-1);
my @ld_prev = localtime($lastday_prev);
my @ld = localtime($lastday);
my $monthly_date_beg = strftime('%m/' . $ld_prev . '/%Y', $t,$t[
+1], $t, $t, $t-2, $t);
my $monthly_date_end = strftime('%m/' . $ld . '/%Y', $t,$t, $
+t, $t, $t-1, $t);
print "beg = $monthly_date_beg\n";
print "end = $monthly_date_end\n";
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