> ray:~/work/home$ date -ud 'jan 1, 1970 + 1111111111 seconds'
> Fri Mar 18 01:58:31 UTC 2005
> ray:~/work/home$ date -ud 'jan 1, 1970 + 1111111111 seconds + 0800'
> Fri Mar 18 09:58:31 UTC 2005
I sent David a short script to do almost that, except that mine needed
to negate the timezone whereas yours elegantly changes +0800 to + 0800
In your 2nd example, you'll need 'sed' to replace UTC (or +0000 if
using -R) in the output by +0800, because the 1111111111 is the UTC
seconds, so the actual time is Fri Mar 18 01:58:31 UTC 2005 (as given
by your first example).
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