While working on the Linux command line, you might find yourself in situations where-in you need to display (or even change) the current system time. Not only that, if you work in a team with members in different timezones, you may want to keep yourself updated with time-related information for zones in which other members are sitting. If you're looking for a tool that lets you do all this (and much more), you'll be glad to know there exists a command - dubbed date - that does all this.
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