Can I print the date of a specific date?
Let say, today is 20 and I want to print in date format the day 14
I know that I can do this:
date --date='last Mon'
How can I do this?:
date --date='last 14'
I have a very big file (7G), from which I want to extract the Min and Max of a specific date column (it's the 4th column in the file).
Currently, I have this snippet but I'm not sure how efficient it is, and the env.
I have some strings in a specific date format that I'd like to work on using the GNU date command (coreutils 8.20). I can get date to output using the +FORMAT string, but not to understand strings input into it using the same string. I'm quite sure I'm missing something obvious.