@months = qw(Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec);
@weekDays = qw(Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun);
($second, $minute, $hour, $dayOfMonth, $month, $yearOffset, $dayOfWeek
+, $dayOfYear, $daylightSavings) = localtime();
$year = 1900 + $yearOffset;
$theTime = "$hour:$minute:$second, $weekDays[$dayOfWeek] $months[$mont
+h] $dayOfMonth, $year";
this the above code im using it to capture system pc time,
i wasnt able to use this time as actually im working on Staf automation.
So im writing this perl script so that i can capture the time and use it in my xml code which is required for the billing. I will use this PC time and later generate bill accordingly which i wasnt able to do.(if i subscribed to a plan on say today 24th, he should be billed next month 21st).
But my client requirement is that they require the billing according to postpaid customers.
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