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calendar(1)							   calendar(1)

Name
       calendar - calendar reminder service

Syntax
       calendar [-]

Description
       The  command  consults the file `calendar' in the current directory and
       prints out lines that contain today's or tomorrow's date.  The  command
       recognizes  most month-day dates, such as Dec. 7, december 7, 12/7, but
       it does not recognize dates formatted in the following ways:  7	Decem‐
       ber  or	7/12.	If  you give the month as * with a date, such as, * 1,
       that day in any	month  will  do.   On  weekends,  specifying  tomorrow
       extends through Monday.

       When an argument is present, the command searches through a user's cal‐
       endar file in his login directory and sends him any positive results by
       Normally this is done daily under control of

       The  calendar  file is first run through the C preprocessor, to include
       any other calendar files specified with the #include syntax.   Included
       calendars are shared by all users, and are maintained and documented by
       the local administration.

Options
       -    Functions for every user who has a	calendar  file	in  his	 login
	    directory.

Restrictions
       The extended idea of tomorrow does not account for holidays.

Files
       calendar
       /usr/lib/calendar to figure out today's and tomorrow's dates
       /etc/passwd
       /tmp/cal*
       /lib/cpp, egrep, sed, mail as subprocesses

See Also
       at(1), cron(8), mail(1)

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