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NAME ^

tai -- print the current TAI time.

SYNOPSIS ^

    tai
    tai --help
    tai --35 --iso --gm --p=6

DESCRIPTION ^

Displays the current TAI time (TAI-10 by default) in any of a number of formats.

Currently supported options:

    -d         Display in human-readable date/time format
    -h         Describe available options
    -i         Display TAI time as integer, not floating point
    --0        Display TAI time instead of TAI-10 time
    --35       Display TAI-35 time instead of TAI-10 time
    --gm       Do not adjust for timezone when -d or --iso
    --help     Same as -h
    --iso      Display in ISO-8601 international standard time format
    --strict   Like --iso, but implies -i
    --iso-ish  Display in \"relaxed\" international standard time format
    --ish      Synonym for --iso-ish
    --rfc3339  Display in RFC3339 format
    --neol     Do not print terminating EOL
    --p=N      Show N digits of precision when displaying as float
               (default: 9)

EXAMPLES ^

Display TAI-10 as a floating point number with 6 digits of precision:

    $ tai --p=6
    1406506285.304316

Display TAI-10 as an integer:

    $ tai -i
    1406506285

Display TAI-10 as a human-readable date/time, adjusted for local timezone:

    $ tai -d
    Mon Jul 28 13:27:57 2014

Display TAI-10 as a ISO-8601 date/time, unadjusted for timezone:

    $ tai --iso --gm
    2014-07-28T20:29:12.512542725Z

Display TAI-35 as a strict ISO-8601 date/time, adjusted for local timezone:

    $ tai --strict --35
    2014-07-28T13:28:37-0700

Display TAI-10 as an RFC3339 date/time:

    $ tai --rfc3339
    2014-07-28T20:29:12.512542725-07:00

Display TAI-10 as an "iso'ish" date/time:

    $ tai --iso-ish
    2014-07-28 20:29:12.512542725

Display TAI-10 as a low-resolution "iso'ish" date/time (most commonly used):

    $ tai --iso-ish -i
    2014-07-28 20:29:12

SEE ALSO ^

Time::TAI::Simple

AUTHOR ^

TTK Ciar, <ttk[at]ciar[dot]org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright 2014-2018 by TTK Ciar

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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