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Hi eTechTricks Users, I want to show unix date in DD-MMM-YYYY format. Month field should be in three letter capital alphapet and date and year in numerical.
I tried the below shell code but it shows in small letters. Can anyone help me to get this work?
$ date ‘+%d-%h-%Y’
Use translate command (tr) to change to uppercase as shown below.
date ‘+%d-%h-%Y’ | tr [:lower:] [:upper:]
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