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Old 12-12-2001
Question Caluculate time between 2 unix timestamps?

Does anyone know a perl script/utility/etc. to calculate the time in seconds between two unix time stamps?

Any help will be appreciated.

-bozzhawg
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Old 12-13-2001
Just subtract timestamp2 from timestamp1.

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