Ubuntu :: Filter Date By Range Of Month Using Grep?

Jan 30, 2011

how to filter Date in terminal? I can filter a month from another month using grep but I cant grep multiple months. example, I want to show the data from 20/Jan/2011 to 10/Sep/2011. Grep can only show data of January and September. Is there any other unix commands I can use to achieve what I want?

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Code:
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