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use strict; use warnings; use Time::Piece; use Time::Seconds; my $t = Time::Piece->new(); my $year = $ARGV[ 0 ] || 2014; foreach my $month ( 1 .. 12 ) { my $tdates = $t->strptime("$year/$month/1", '%Y/%m/%d'); my $day_of_month = $tdates->month_last_day(); $tdates = $t->strptime("$year/$month/$day_of_month", '%Y/%m/%d'); while ($tdates->wdayname ne 'Fri') { $tdates -= ONE_DAY; } printf "Last Friday of Month %02d is %s\n", $month, $tdates->ymd() +; } __END__ Last Friday of Month 01 is 2014-01-31 Last Friday of Month 02 is 2014-02-28 Last Friday of Month 03 is 2014-03-28 Last Friday of Month 04 is 2014-04-25 Last Friday of Month 05 is 2014-05-30 Last Friday of Month 06 is 2014-06-27 Last Friday of Month 07 is 2014-07-25 Last Friday of Month 08 is 2014-08-29 Last Friday of Month 09 is 2014-09-26 Last Friday of Month 10 is 2014-10-31 Last Friday of Month 11 is 2014-11-28 Last Friday of Month 12 is 2014-12-26

In reply to Re: Gettting the last Friday of every month using Time::Piece by toolic
in thread Gettting the last Friday of every month using Time::Piece by Anonymous Monk

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