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script for writing to a file

Hi, Can some some give ideas/help

how to write to a file.

i need to create a calender from the inputs given on command line i.e frm date,todate & -i is interval is given to write to a file.
-i is 1 then a calender is daily , if -i =2 then calender is alternate day

e.g

$1 $2 $3 $4
xyz.sh test.txt, -f 01/01/2008,-t 01/30/2008, -i 3


output i.e test.txt which will be created if i = 2 is as follows

01/01/2008
01/03/2008
01/05/2008
01/07/2008 etc till 01/30/2008

pls help Thks in adv.
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