GPS time conversion program.
The when command converts a GPS time to a string. The command line syntax is:
   when [-u | -l] [<gps>] [<fmt>]
-u requests printout of UTC time.
-l requests printout of local time (default).
<gps> is the time to be printed. If <gps> is 0 or not specified the current time is printed.
<fmt> specifies the output format using TimeStr escape characters.
Example command:
    $ when 830880189 "%M %d, %Y %H:%N:%S"
    May 5, 2006 9:02:55
J. Zweizig
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