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Hi Unix Gurus,
I would like to rename several files in a Unix Directory . The filenames can have more than 1 underscore ( _ ) and the last underscore is always followed by a date in the format mmddyyyy. The Extension of the files can be .txt or .pdf or .xls etc and is case insensitive ie... (1 Reply)
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how do i change the following to show me what the date was 7 days ago?
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I have a file with below data
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I am new to this forum, could any one help me out in resolving the below issue.
Input of the flat file contains several lines of text for example find below:
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I have a list of dates in the following format: mm/dd/yyyy and want to change these to the MySQL standard format: yyyy-mm-dd.
The dates in the original file may or may not be zero padded, so April is sometimes "04" and other times simply "4".
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Hi, I have a column in a table of Timestamp datatype. For Example : Var1 is the column 2008-06-26-10.10.30.2006. I have Given query as date(var1) and time (var1) I got the file as in the below format :
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In my shell script i have a variable which stores date in the format of YYYYMMDD. Is there any way to format this value to MM/DD/YYYY.
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
There are lots of threads about how to manipulate the date using date +%m %.......
But how can I change the default format of the commad date?
Mon Apr 10 10:57:15 BST 2006
This would be on fedora and SunOs.
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10. Shell Programming and Scripting
I know there is a Q/A section and lots of posts regarding date command here. I am sorry to start a new thread. I am very new to shell scripting (actually i am working on my first program), so please forgive my ignorance. I could not find an answer to my problem else where so i posted it... (10 Replies)
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