In Linux environment it is easier to work with the terminal to get the job done quickly and so if you want to quickly have look at the calendar then it can be directly seen in the terminal by using the cal command. The cal command is a standard Linux command that can be used in any Linux operating system.
Display calendar of the current month
Display calendar of a particular month (user defined)
Let us try to display calendar of the month June 2009
cal june 2009
cal 06 2009
Display calendar for a year
Display calendar for last month, current month and next month
Display calendar in alternative layout for calendar
The alternative layout of the calendar can be displayed using ncal command.
ncal june 2009
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