Subject: why do date(1), at(1) and batch(1) accept 61 seconds?
To: NetBSD Users <>
From: Stefan 'Kaishakunin' Schumacher <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 09/08/2005 19:39:44
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The man pages for at and date state:=20

	 The canonical representation for setting the date and time is:
	 ss      The second of the minute, from 00 to 61
Why	is the 61st second required? As far as I unterstood, only a=20
60th second is required for an additional leap second.

PGP FPR: CF74 D5F2 4871 3E5C FFFE 0130 11F4 C41E B3FB AE33
Der Geist des Kriegers sollte mit Beginn des Neujahrstages bis zum Ende=20
des Jahres vom Gedanken an seinen Tod beherrscht werden.

Daijouji Shigesuke in "Budo Shoshin Shuu"

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