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Section - 5.13.3 How can I convert a timestamp (seconds since the Epoch) to a date/time string?

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Added: 04/06/01

This can be accomplished using 'adb' as follows:

  echo "0d$timer=Y" | adb | tr -d '\011'

where $timer is the timestamp you wish to convert.

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