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Seems a quick RTFM is in order here. Please note the following:

$expiration_obj = expire_date( '' ); $expiration_str = expire_date( '', '%Y-%m-%d' ); $expiration_obj = expdate_int( $whois_text, 'com' ); $expiration_str = expdate_fmt( $whois_text, 'ru', '%Y-%m-%d' +);
This works fine:
# perl -MNet::Domain::ExpireDate -e 'print expire_date("" +,"%Y-%m-%d"),"\n"' 2021-05-03

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In reply to Re: Expire date of domain by blue_cowdawg
in thread Expire date of domain by Lucky001

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