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How can I apply 'date' command to specific columns, in a BASH script?

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Old 06-15-2018
If necessary, you can adapt above to your locale settings:

awk '
BEGIN   {"locale mon" | getline TMP
         for (i=split(TMP, MNUM, ";"); i; i--)  MON[MNUM[i]]=i

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