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If given an argument that does not start with `+',
the system clock to the time and date specified by that argument (as
described below). You must have appropriate privileges to set the
system clock. The `--date' and `--set' options may not be
used with such an argument. The `--universal' option may be used
with such an argument to indicate that the specified time and date are
relative to Coordinated Universal Time rather than to the local time
The argument must consist entirely of digits, which have the following meaning:
The `--set' option also sets the system clock; see the next section.
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