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Please check if this works for you. Simple solution to work for each month in reverse direction.

use v5.14; #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use Time::Piece; my $t = Time::Piece->new(); my $year = $ARGV[0] || 2014; foreach my $month ( 1 .. 12 ) { #Make an object with first day of each month and use it to get las +t day of each month my $tFirstDayObject = $t->strptime( "$year/$month/1", "%Y/%m/%d" ) +; my $monthLastDay = $tFirstDayObject->month_last_day; #Now make an object with this last date and use it to get last wee +kDay number my $tLastDayObject = $t->strptime( "$year/$month/$monthLastDay", " +%Y/%m/%d" ); my $weekDay = $tLastDayObject->wday; #Now calculate how many days to add in this weekDay taking Sunday +as the first day my $daysToMoveBack = 0; $weekDay >= 6 ? ( $daysToMoveBack = $weekDay - 6 ) : ( $daysToMove +Back = $weekDay + 1 ); my $lastFridayDate = $monthLastDay - $daysToMoveBack; #Now make an object with this $lastFridayDate for each month my $tLastFridayObject = $t->strptime( "$year/$month/$lastFridayDat +e", "%Y/%m/%d" ); say $tLastFridayObject->cdate; }
Fri Jan 31 00:00:00 2014
Fri Feb 28 00:00:00 2014
Fri Mar 28 00:00:00 2014
Fri Apr 25 00:00:00 2014
Fri May 30 00:00:00 2014
Fri Jun 27 00:00:00 2014
Fri Jul 25 00:00:00 2014
Fri Aug 29 00:00:00 2014
Fri Sep 26 00:00:00 2014
Fri Oct 31 00:00:00 2014
Fri Nov 28 00:00:00 2014
Fri Dec 26 00:00:00 2014

In reply to Re: Gettting the last Friday of every month using Time::Piece by gurpreetsingh13
in thread Gettting the last Friday of every month using Time::Piece by Anonymous Monk

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