Set the value of localtime to a scalar variable, you'll get a typical UNIX-style time : date time « Data Type « Perl

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Perl » Data Type » date time 
Set the value of localtime to a scalar variable, you'll get a typical UNIX-style time
  

#!/usr/bin/perl -w

$t = time();

$now = localtime($t);

print "Time is: $now\n";

   
    
  
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