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Unix ksh sed: cut string in two variables

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How do I create a seperate Date and Time variable from this string...
DateTime=2011-03-21T12:11:00

So that it becomes...
Date=2011-03-21
Time=12:11:00


Thank you for your much appreciated help.
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Question by:Watnog
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In ksh:

# echo $Date
2011-03-21T12:11:00
# echo $DateTime | IFS="T" read Date Time
# echo $Date
2011-03-21
# echo $Time
12:11:00


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Very nice. Thanks!
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