Display a calendar.
Syntax cal [-smjy13] [[[day] month] year] ncal [-smjy13] [[[day] month] year] Key: -1 Display single month output. (default) -3 Display prev/current/next month output. -s Display Sunday as the first day of the week. -m Display monday as the first day of the week. -j Display julian dates (days one-based, numbered from January 1). -y Display a calendar for the current year. -V Display version information and exit.
If a single parameter is provided, that will specify a 4 digit year (1 - 9999) to display.
If two parameters are provided, they will denote the Month (1 - 12) and Year (1 - 9999).
If no arguments are specified, the current month is displayed.
cal Displays weeks starting on Sunday, even though most locales start the week on Monday.
ncal (New Calendar) Displays a vertical layout starting on Monday and displays the date of easter.
The ncal format makes a year fit on a 25x80 terminal.
If no parameters are specified, the current month's calendar is displayed.
The year must be specified with 4 digits. A year starts on 01 Jan.
Show the calendar for 2022
$ cal 2022
Show a calendar for the current year with weeks starting on Monday:
$ ncal -m
"If everything seems under control, then you're not going fast enough" ~ Mario Andretti
Related linux commands:
dc - Desk Calculator.
factor - Print prime factors.
units - Convert units from one scale to another.
wc - Print byte, word, and line counts.
Calculate the day of the week, for any date, in your head.
Equivalent Windows command: SET /A command does basic arithmetic.