On Thu, 27 Feb 2003, David THOMAS wrote:
> Do you know how I can deal with date beetween 0 and nowdays??
> let's say day 1 = 86400s
> 01/01/2003 = 2003*365*86400 = 63166608000
The world as we know it did not exist before Jan 1, 1970.
$ date +%s
> Does this kind of date works with the -L option
> -L DATE 63166608000 64166608000
It will if you zero pad and use string comparisons.
> this pseudo-date is not included into the Unix Epoch...
> I'm wondering if someone is working on a patch for 2037 ;)
I'm waiting for 2036 before I start thinking about it.
Bill Moseley firstname.lastname@example.org
Received on Thu Feb 27 17:38:15 2003