Date::Format and having the template

I copied in the example from Date::Format below. So where do I get $template from? It says nothing about that.
use Date::Format;
        @lt = localtime(time);
        print time2str($template, time);
        print strftime($template, @lt);
        print time2str($template, time, $zone);
        print strftime($template, @lt, $zone);
        print ctime(time);
        print asctime(@lt);
        print ctime(time, $zone);
        print asctime(@lt, $zone);

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You write/build your template using the characters detailed in the CONVERSION SPECIFICATION section of the module documentation.

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itniflAuthor Commented:
Yup, that easy ;)
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