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Calendar print outs

by drock (Beadle)
on Dec 20, 2004 at 18:12 UTC ( #416262=perlquestion: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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Re: calendar print outs
by cchampion (Curate) on Dec 20, 2004 at 18:18 UTC

    Not a module, but what about this?

    perl -e 'system "cal $_" for 2000..2099'

    Alternatively, you may try Calendar::Simple.

    P.S. s/calander/calendar/

    Actually, the 21st century should be 2001..2100. Your request about 2000-2999 covers most of the third millennium (2001-3000).

      Maybe he wants colander print outs for the next 100 years, although that might produce a large strain on his system . . .

      Update: And possibly of use to the original querent, PPT implementations of cal.

      ok here is what I have
      for (2005..2006) { system ("cal $_ > /tmp/file"); }
      But how would I get this for individual months for instance in KSH for year in 2004 2005 2006 do for month in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 do cal $year/$month
        perl -e 'for $y (2005..2006) {for $m (1..12) {system "cal $m $y"}}' \ > /tmp/file
Re: Calendar print outs
by csuhockey3 (Curate) on Dec 21, 2004 at 00:51 UTC
Re: Calendar print outs
by PodMaster (Abbot) on Dec 21, 2004 at 13:14 UTC

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