General :: Offline Method Required To Find Out Number Of Days Since A Certain Date?

Dec 13, 2010

What offline method is there of finding out days since a certain date. Example: How would someone find the number of days from 1-Jan-2003 to 7-Dec-2010? Could someone write a script that takes in the 2 dates and output the number of days?

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Ubuntu :: Method Required To Find Out Number Of Days Between 2 Dates?

Dec 15, 2010

Can someone show me a simple method to find out number of days between 2 dates?

Example: How would I find the number of days between 25-12-2003 to 25-12-2010? Could someone write a line of code that takes in the two dates and outputs the number of days? Or is there a program that can do this?

I know of websites that do this but I'd also like an offline method.

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Dec 11, 2010

calculating days' distance´╝č

for instance,

Code:
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I have read the date manual

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I tried to to do this: date -d "ddmmyy+2days" +%V, but the result is not correct. I want the first day of the week is based on Saturday.

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Jan 2, 2011

I'd like to tweak my Conky so it automatically displays the days of the week correctly. So for example, if TODAY were Tuesday, it would look like this:

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

[etc.]

And then tomorrow, *automatically*, it would look like this:

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

[etc.]

I know I can get it to display *today's* date like this:

${time %A}

But how do I get it to display tomorrow's date?

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Nov 3, 2010

I want to itemize addition for each type of transactions. The example below is for 3 days,10/13/2010, 10/14/2010, & 10/15/2010.

PROD =89.25+89.25+104.47= 282.97
TAX =9.37+9.37+10.37 = 29.71
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[code]...

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I have looked elsewhere for an answer and some others have had similar problems, but I have not found a reason for it happening, nor an answer. I wonder if anyone can help me please. I have been using Ubuntu for several months, can use the Terminal if I have the right commands to issue, but beyond that have limited knowledge of the system.

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May 31, 2010

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This looks good, the files expected to be seen are output: find /usr ( -newer /tmp/empty_file -a ! -newer /tmp/empty_file1 ) -print

But this shows me files that should not be output and likewise when I replace ls with tar it is tarring a whole bunch of stuff I do not want: find /usr ( -newer /tmp/empty_file -a ! -newer /tmp/empty_file1 ) -exec ls -l {} ;

In the end I would like to replace the "ls" with "tar cvvfp some.tar {} ;", but can't figure out what is going wrong here.

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How could I have this order the search by most recently modified. (Note I do not want it to sort 'after' the search, but rather find the results based on what was most recently modified)

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Aug 11, 2011

I know find can do what I am looking for, but I am wondering if there is an alternative way to find files on the filesystem either created before/after a certain point, or at a certain time.

Typically I rely on updatedb & locate for most of my file searching needs. Issues with those tools, though, are that it only has directory and file names, and it only creates a database of local directories, not anything mounted via CIFS|NFS or via -o loop (eg, .iso images).

So if I need to find files created after yesterday across the entire system (local and remote filesystems), I am currently needing to use find.

What other tools, if any, would accomplish this in a similar fashion?

I have tried ls and grep, but that requires (in my attempts so far) multiple searches:

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ls -lR | grep Aug | grep 11

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Can we find the inode of a particular file using its inode number?

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if we consider block size of 1K.
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