date, clock – date and time|
date [ –unitm ] [ –f format ] [ seconds ]|
Print the date, in the format |
The options are
–u Report Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) rather than local time.
–n Report the date as the number of seconds since the epoch, 00:00:00 GMT, January 1, 1970.
–i Report the date as ISO–8601 without time and timezone suffix.
–t Report the date as ISO–8601 with time and timezone suffix.
–m Report the date as an email compatible (RFC2822) time stamp.
–f Print using the format specified by the format string rather than the default. Format strings are in the format used by tmdate(2)
The conversion from Greenwich Mean Time to local time depends on the $timezone environment variable; see ctime(2).
If the optional argument seconds is present, it is used as the time to convert rather than the real time.
Clock draws a simple analog clock in its window.
/env/timezone Current timezone name and adjustments.|
/adm/timezone A directory containing timezone tables.
/adm/timezone/local Default timezone file, copied by init(8) into /env/timezone.