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Re: Get yesterday's date on the terminal, mac os x



On Fri, 2 Sep 2005 16:27:26 +0800
 Louie Miranda <email@hidden> wrote:
> Tried this command to get the yeterday's date.
>
> date -v -1d +"%Y%m%d"
>

This script works  in tcsh

[TME-Laptop:~] tme% more yesterday
#  Find the date yesterday
set sec=`date +%s`
set sec=`expr $sec - 86400`
date -r $sec
#

Regards
Marshall


> But did not work..
>
> date: illegal option -- v
> > usage: date [-nu] [-r seconds] [+format]
> > date [[[[[cc]yy]mm]dd]hh]mm[.ss]
> >
>
> How can i get yesterday's date?
>
> --
> Louie Miranda
> http://www.axishift.com -- under development

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