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Command line tips: Linux Cal (Calendar)

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How to make a calendar under Linux with the cal command.
Ok, noobies, listen up! It's time to get out of that GUI hammock you've been resting in and get down to business on the command line. One of the things computers do best is remember stuff. Dates. Appointments. Holidays. Birthdays. All sorts of stuff. There is a wealth of date-related information available to you at the CLI. This week we'll take a look at two handy date-related tools available in the CLI: cal and calendar.
 read more | mail this link | score:8154 | -Ray, March 23, 2004 (Updated: October 22, 2004)
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