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NAME

       pdd - Tiny date, time difference calculator with timers.

SYNOPSIS

       pdd [OPTIONS] [KEYWORDS ...]

DESCRIPTION

       pdd  (python3  date diff) is a small utility to calculate date and time difference. It can
       also be used as a timer. If no program arguments are specified it shows the current  date,
       time and timezone.

       Features

       - easy to use, minimal dependencies
       - calculate date and time difference
       - add, subtract duration (timeslice) to/from date (time)
       - calculate diff from today and now
       - countdown timer
       - custom resolution stopwatch
       - non-verbose mode for background timers
       - show current date, time and timezone

       Operational notes

       - ISO 8601 format. Month can be specified as month number (e.g. Jan - 1, Dec - 12).
       - Time is in 24-hr format.
       - The absolute difference is shown. Argument order is ignored.
       - The end date is excluded in date difference calculations.
       - Hour, minute or second can be omitted. Partial inputs are recognized as mm:ss or ss.
       - The keybind to stop timers is Ctrl-C.

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              Show help text and exit.

       -d yyyy mmm dd [yyyy mmm dd | y m d]
              Calculate date difference.

       -t hh:mm:ss [hh:mm:ss | h:m:s]
              Calculate time difference.

       --add  Add a duration or timeslice to date (/today) or time (/now).

       --sub  Subtract a duration or timeslice from date (/today) or time (/now).

       --day yyyy mmm dd
              Show the day of the week on a date.

       -c hh:mm:ss
              Set a countdown timer with duration in hours, minutes and seconds.

       -s [resolution]
              Start  a  custom  resolution stopwatch. resolution can range from 1 to 9. Default 3
              for millisecond.

       -q     Quiet mode for a countdown timer or stopwatch to be  run  in  the  background.  The
              counter is shown only when Ctrl-C is pressed.

EXAMPLES

       1.  Calculate diff from today:

              $ pdd 2014 Jan 15

       2.  Calculate diff from now:

              $ pdd 24:00:00
              $ pdd 0

       3.  Calculate date diff:

              $ pdd -d 1983 jul 3 2014 1 15

       4.  Calculate time diff:

              $ pdd -t 45:50 6:17:33

       5.  Show current date, time and timezone:

              $ pdd

       6.  Specify time with roll-over:

              $ pdd -t 5:80:75 6:17:33

       7.  Add a duration (3 years, 2 months, 1 day) to 28 Feb, 2000:

              $ pdd -d 2000 FEB 28 3 2 1 --add

       8.  Add a timeslice (1 hour 2 mins 3 secs) to 23:45:37:

              $ pdd -t 23:45:37 1:2:3 --add

       9.  Add a duration (3 years, 2 months, 1 day) to today:

              $ pdd 3 2 1 --add

       10. Add a timeslice (1 hour 2 minutes 3 seconds) to now:

              $ pdd 1:2:3 --add

       11. Subtract a duration (1 day) from 1 Mar, 2000:

              $ pdd -d 2000 Mar 01 0 0 1 --sub

       12. Subtract a timeslice (1 sec) from midnight:

              $ pdd -t 00:00:00 0:0:1 --sub

       13. Subtract a duration (3 years, 2 months, 1 day) from today:

              $ pdd 3 2 1 --sub

       14. Subtract a timeslice (1 hour 2 minutes 3 seconds) from now:

              $ pdd 1:2:3 --sub

       15. Show the day of the week on 15 Jan 2014:

              $ pdd --day 2014 Jan 15

       16. Start a countdown timer or stopwatch in quiet mode in the background:

              $ pdd -qs &
              $ pdd -qc 3:0:0 &

           To see the final counter run fg and press Ctrl-C.

AUTHORS

       Arun Prakash Jana <engineerarun@gmail.com>

HOME

       https://github.com/jarun/pdd

REPORTING BUGS

       https://github.com/jarun/pdd/issues

LICENSE

       Copyright © 2017 Arun Prakash Jana <engineerarun@gmail.com>

       License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>.
       This  is  free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY,
       to the extent permitted by law.