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Old 03-10-2010
Calculate Date from shell script

I have a txt file which now has the following output
Code:
Sat Mar 6 04:00:01
Sat Mar 6 04:02:09
processing 585
Sat Mar 6 17:00:01
Sat Mar 6 17:00:58
processing 109
Sun Mar 7 04:00:01
Sun Mar 7 04:00:51
processing 309
Sun Mar 7 17:00:01
Sun Mar 7 17:00:41
processing 48

I want output as follows
Code:
Date     Time Take     No of Processing
Mar 6        02:09          585
Mar 6        0.57            109 
Mar 7        0.40             48

 
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DateTime::Locale::en(3) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   DateTime::Locale::en(3)

NAME
DateTime::Locale::en SYNOPSIS
use DateTime; my $dt = DateTime->now( locale => 'en' ); print $dt->month_name(); DESCRIPTION
This is the DateTime locale package for English. DATA
This locale inherits from the DateTime::Locale::root locale. It contains the following data. Days Wide (format) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Abbreviated (format) Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Narrow (format) M T W T F S S Wide (stand-alone) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Abbreviated (stand-alone) Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Narrow (stand-alone) M T W T F S S Months Wide (format) January February March April May June July August September October November December Abbreviated (format) Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Narrow (format) J F M A M J J A S O N D Wide (stand-alone) January February March April May June July August September October November December Abbreviated (stand-alone) Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Narrow (stand-alone) J F M A M J J A S O N D Quarters Wide (format) 1st quarter 2nd quarter 3rd quarter 4th quarter Abbreviated (format) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Narrow (format) 1 2 3 4 Wide (stand-alone) 1st quarter 2nd quarter 3rd quarter 4th quarter Abbreviated (stand-alone) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Narrow (stand-alone) 1 2 3 4 Eras Wide Before Christ Anno Domini Abbreviated BC AD Narrow B A Date Formats Full 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Tuesday, February 5, 2008 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Friday, December 22, 1995 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Saturday, September 15, -10 Long 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = February 5, 2008 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = December 22, 1995 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = September 15, -10 Medium 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Feb 5, 2008 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Dec 22, 1995 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Sep 15, -10 Short 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 2/5/08 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 12/22/95 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 9/15/-10 Default 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Feb 5, 2008 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Dec 22, 1995 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Sep 15, -10 Time Formats Full 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 6:30:30 PM UTC 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 9:05:02 AM UTC -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 4:44:23 AM UTC Long 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 6:30:30 PM UTC 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 9:05:02 AM UTC -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 4:44:23 AM UTC Medium 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 6:30:30 PM 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 9:05:02 AM -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 4:44:23 AM Short 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 6:30 PM 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 9:05 AM -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 4:44 AM Default 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 6:30:30 PM 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 9:05:02 AM -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 4:44:23 AM Datetime Formats Full 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Tuesday, February 5, 2008 6:30:30 PM UTC 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Friday, December 22, 1995 9:05:02 AM UTC -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Saturday, September 15, -10 4:44:23 AM UTC Long 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = February 5, 2008 6:30:30 PM UTC 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = December 22, 1995 9:05:02 AM UTC -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = September 15, -10 4:44:23 AM UTC Medium 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Feb 5, 2008 6:30:30 PM 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Dec 22, 1995 9:05:02 AM -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Sep 15, -10 4:44:23 AM Short 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 2/5/08 6:30 PM 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 12/22/95 9:05 AM -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 9/15/-10 4:44 AM Default 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Feb 5, 2008 6:30:30 PM 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Dec 22, 1995 9:05:02 AM -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Sep 15, -10 4:44:23 AM Available Formats d (d) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 5 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 22 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 15 EEEd (d EEE) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 5 Tue 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 22 Fri -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 15 Sat Hm (H:mm) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 18:30 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 9:05 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 4:44 hm (h:mm a) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 6:30 PM 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 9:05 AM -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 4:44 AM Hms (H:mm:ss) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 18:30:30 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 9:05:02 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 4:44:23 hms (h:mm:ss a) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 6:30:30 PM 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 9:05:02 AM -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 4:44:23 AM M (L) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 2 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 12 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 9 Md (M/d) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 2/5 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 12/22 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 9/15 MEd (E, M/d) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Tue, 2/5 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Fri, 12/22 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Sat, 9/15 MMM (LLL) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Feb 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Dec -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Sep MMMd (MMM d) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Feb 5 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Dec 22 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Sep 15 MMMEd (E, MMM d) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Tue, Feb 5 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Fri, Dec 22 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Sat, Sep 15 MMMMd (MMMM d) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = February 5 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = December 22 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = September 15 MMMMEd (E, MMMM d) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Tue, February 5 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Fri, December 22 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Sat, September 15 ms (mm:ss) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 30:30 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 05:02 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 44:23 y (y) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 2008 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 1995 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = -10 yM (M/yyyy) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 2/2008 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 12/1995 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 9/-010 yMEd (EEE, M/d/yyyy) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Tue, 2/5/2008 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Fri, 12/22/1995 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Sat, 9/15/-010 yMMM (MMM y) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Feb 2008 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Dec 1995 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Sep -10 yMMMEd (EEE, MMM d, y) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Tue, Feb 5, 2008 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Fri, Dec 22, 1995 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Sat, Sep 15, -10 yMMMM (MMMM y) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = February 2008 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = December 1995 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = September -10 yQ (Q yyyy) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = 1 2008 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = 4 1995 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = 3 -010 yQQQ (QQQ y) 2008-02-05T18:30:30 = Q1 2008 1995-12-22T09:05:02 = Q4 1995 -0010-09-15T04:44:23 = Q3 -10 Miscellaneous Prefers 24 hour time? No Local first day of the week Monday SUPPORT
See DateTime::Locale. AUTHOR
Dave Rolsky <autarch@urth.org> COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2008 David Rolsky. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. This module was generated from data provided by the CLDR project, see the LICENSE.cldr in this distribution for details on the CLDR data's license. perl v5.18.2 2017-10-06 DateTime::Locale::en(3)

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