Linux Commands: Display a calendar


cal-Linux Command

cal Command- Display a calendar

Syntax:
cal [-mjy] [[month] year]

Description:
Typing cal will give you the calendar of the present month on your screen, in the nice standard calendar format. There are various options to customize the calendar, refer to the info/man page.
Example:

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Other Linux Commands:
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