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822date(1)		    General Commands Manual		    822date(1)

NAME
       822date - print the date	in a mail message

SYNOPSIS
       822date [ name ]

DESCRIPTION
       822date	reads  an 822-format mail message from its standard input, and
       prints the 822-format date shown	in the last header field  named	 name,
       or Date if name is not supplied.

       822date	prints	the  date in three forms: first, ISO format, using the
       time zone shown in the field; second, ISO  format,  using  UTC;	third,
       ctime  format,  using  the local	time zone.  Beware that	most ctime li-
       braries do not correctly	handle leap seconds or years past 2037.

SEE ALSO
       822field(1), 822received(1), ctime(3)

								    822date(1)

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