How does a user get the current date, time in UNIX?

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How does a user get the current date, time in UNIX?..

Answer / goutham

by typing the command date

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How does a user get the current date, time in UNIX?..

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date

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How does a user get the current date, time in UNIX?..

Answer / niranjan

command : $ date

date having different options according to reqirement like MMDDYY or day of the week,month name,weekday plenty off:)

$date %c gives current time with date month year

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How does a user get the current date, time in UNIX?..

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$ date

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How does a user get the current date, time in UNIX?..

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date command

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How does a user get the current date, time in UNIX?..

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date command

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