.TH CALENDAR 1
calendar \- print upcoming events
reads a file named
from the current directory and displays lines that begin begin with a
datetime string that matches today's or tomorrows date.
processes datetime strings using
Examples of datetime formats recognized by GNU
flag is given, its argument is the number of days ahead to match dates.
flag is given, its argument is the number of days back to match dates.
flag is given, its argument is the name of a file to use instead of a file
from the current directory.
flag is given, its argument is a date and
acts as if that date were today's date.
command will only display reminders that use a <tab> character
to separate the date and description or that begin with a <tab>.
This version of
does not have the
options found in Debian and Plan 9 from Bell Labs; use the
command appeared in Version 7 AT&T Unix. This version of
is inspired by the version found in in Plan 9 from Bell Labs.
A previous version of
to interpret locale-specific datetime strings.
To aid portability, this feature was removed.
and this man page were written by Nils Dagsson Moskopp.
Copyright © 2013 Nils Dagsson Moskopp.
License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>.
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