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NAME
       timew-ranges - date and time ranges supported by	Timewarrior

SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
       An  interval  defines  a	block of time that is tracked.	The syntax for
       specifying an interval is flexible, and may be one of:
	 [from]	<date>
	 [from]	<date> to/- <date>
	 [from]	<date> for <duration>
	 <duration> before/after <date>
	 <duration> ago
	 [for] <duration>
       Examples	are:
	 from 9:00
	 from 9am - 11am
	 from 9:00:00 to 11:00
	 from 9:00 for 2h
	 2h after 9am
	 2h before 11:00
	 2h ago
	 for 2h
       An interval is said to be 'closed' if there is both a  start  and  end,
       and 'open' if there is no end date.

timew 1.4.2			  2021-08-27		       timew-ranges(7)

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