Time Information in Linux

Hi,

I need to query some date/time informations in linux but i dont know how to do this.

I need to know:

o DateSeperator (
o TimeSeperator (-, . , :, ..)
o DateOrder (MDY, DMY, YMD...)
o start/stop month of daylight saving time

any idea how i can get this informations??

thx

mfg
Thomas
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earth man2Commented:
see man nl_langinfo

and LC_TIME environment setting
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earth man2Commented:
utility  zic is responsible for setting up time zone database.
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