If you've got perl,
perl -e '@time = localtime(time() + 24*60*60);print "$time\n"'
will do the same thing,
On Wed, Nov 01, 2000 at 06:04:00PM +0000, Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
> Trying to find the last day of the month in a shell script is easy in
> Just do
> date --date '1 day' '+%d'
> and check if the output is 01, but no such luck on Solaris. Anyone have
> any ideas how I could replicate the above on a Solaris box?
> (Besides installing the GNU tools!)
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