Clock-Calc lets you quickly do arithmetic with clock times on the command line:
$ ./clock-calc.pl 2:30 pm - 10:53 am 3 h 37 min $ ./clock-calc.pl 10:53 - now # Assuming it's 10:37 am 16 min $ ./clock-calc.pl midnight + 100 minutes 1:40 am $ ./clock-calc.pl 1:40 am - 200 minutes 10:20 pm $ ./clock-calc.pl noon - 45 m - 30 m - 1 h 9:45 am
See the tests for more examples. One missing feature that's worth pointing out is parentheses. But since there are only two operators, you don't really need parentheses.
Perl 5.10 or greater is required. The tests use the Perl module Test::More.
What's the point? Can't you just do this kind of thing in your head?
Yes, but it's easier to fix bugs in programs than in my mental-arithmetic skills. Remember, laziness is the first great virtue of a programmer.
This program is copyright 2013, 2014 Kodi Arfer.
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