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Time::CTime -- format times ala POSIX asctime
use Time::CTime print ctime(time); print asctime(localtime(time)); print strftime(template, localtime(time));
%% PERCENT %a day of the week abbr %A day of the week %b month abbr %B month %c ctime format: Sat Nov 19 21:05:57 1994 %d DD %D MM/DD/YY %e numeric day of the month %f floating point seconds (milliseconds): .314 %F floating point seconds (microseconds): .314159 %h month abbr %H hour, 24 hour clock, leading 0's) %I hour, 12 hour clock, leading 0's) %j day of the year %k hour %l hour, 12 hour clock %m month number, starting with 1, leading 0's %M minute, leading 0's %n NEWLINE %o ornate day of month -- "1st", "2nd", "25th", etc. %p AM or PM %r time format: 09:05:57 PM %R time format: 21:05 %S seconds, leading 0's %t TAB %T time format: 21:05:57 %U week number, Sunday as first day of week %v DD-Mon-Year %w day of the week, numerically, Sunday == 0 %W week number, Monday as first day of week %x date format: 11/19/94 %X time format: 21:05:57 %y year (2 digits) %Y year (4 digits) %Z timezone in ascii. eg: PST
This module provides routines to format dates. They correspond to the libc routines. &strftime() supports a pretty good set of conversions -- more than most C libraries.
strftime supports a pretty good set of conversions.
The POSIX module has very similar functionality. You should consider using it instead if you do not have allergic reactions to system libraries.
Written by David Muir Sharnoff <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
The starting point for this package was a posting by Paul Foley <email@example.com>
Copyright (C) 1996-2010 David Muir Sharnoff. Copyright (C) 2011 Google, Inc. License hereby granted for anyone to use, modify or redistribute this module at their own risk. Please feed useful changes back to firstname.lastname@example.org.