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Hi, I'm just trying to make a simple date script that corresponds to different arguements... The script is called dates.sh #!/bin/bash date +"%D" date +"%d/%m/%y" date +"%A, %B %d %Y" ...
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    Need help with simple bash script (noob)


    Hi,

    I'm just trying to make a simple date script that corresponds to different arguements...

    The script is called dates.sh

    #!/bin/bash

    date +"%D"

    date +"%d/%m/%y"

    date +"%A, %B %d %Y"

    date +"%s"


    I just want to be able to have the arguement "one" to correspond to the first date format (date +"%D"). So that when I type ./dates.sh one, only the first date format is displayed and so on.

    I would appreciate it if someone could help me out.

    Thanks!

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