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UNIX timestamp (= seconds since 1/1/1970) in document?

I would like to include a so-called UNIX timestamp in my document. All technicalities aside, it's basically the number of seconds since 1/1/1970 0:00 UTC aka "the epoch". (At the time of me writing ...
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Hack of .bst to add urldate in @misc in BibTex with natbib

Trying to add urldate to my bst-file. I have the entry as: ENTRY { address ... url urldate ... year } With the two functions defining url and urldate: FUNCTION {format.url} ...
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Format date {yyy-mm-dd} as “mmm 'yy”

I have been struggling with this for some time, with combinations of the isodate and datetime packages, without success. I would like to create a macro that receives an input in the format {yyyy-mm-...
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Give date as iso format

Currently, when I use \date{} for an old document, I put the explicit form of the date. But this is a problem because I print all my documents in two versions, a personal version (with the form ) ...
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date not in title page, can't find isodate package

Between begin and end titlepage, I use \date{\today}. C-c C-c does not complain, but no date shows up. I saw another guy using isodate, but I don't have that package. On aptitude search ~n^texlive, ...
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Command for today's date in two specific formats (12 Dec 17 and 12 December 2017)

I want to be able to just type either the short version or long version by a command, like \longtoday and \shorttoday. Some more examples of short dates are 12 May 17 and 01 Jan 07, long dates are the ...
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Create custom date command using numbers

Is there any way to create a custom command that prints the date (using the language specified in babel to be possible) from a given ISO 8601-formatted date? What I would like is that \today \...