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I have three variables coming into a perl script...that represent the day, month and year.
I also have a reference date within the script. what is the format that I have to have the reference date. how do i find the difference between the reference date and the date that is comin in as three variables. Also how do i combine the three variables to date format.

sample code will be helpful

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use Date::Manip;
$difference=Delta_Format(DateCalc("$year-$month-$day",$referencedate),"","%dt")
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It worked perfectly fine.

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