Show the date of easter

ncal -e
ncal -e shows the date of Easter this year. ncal -e YYYY shows the date of Easter in a given year. ncal -o works the same way, but for Orthodox dates.
Sample Output
12 April 2009

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2009-04-02 17:58:27

What Others Think

cool!
scifisamurai · 690 weeks and 4 days ago
It all started with the simple Christmas candle, which is credited to Martin Luther who, legend says, came up with the Christmas tree in the 16th century.mesaje de craciun frumoase, urari scurte de sarbatoarea craciunului si felicitari de craciun The Christmas tree survived quietly for centuries until electric Christmas tree lighting came on the scene in the early 1900s and, as they say, the rest is history.
KayGasaway · 13 weeks and 6 days ago

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