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This challenge is intended to be solved by using, manipulating, accepting as input, outputting, or calculating calendar dates or clock times.

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PHP and other languages with these common functions: about 28 to 29 bytes: echo eval(date('Gi-1199>md')); or alternatively <?=eval(date('Gi-1199>md'))?> both of which will print. possibly … needed :) date() leaves anything as literals that isn't defined, so for example, 7 May 2017 17:22:43 passes the expression 1722 - 1200 >= 507 to eval(). Byte saved by changing it to the equivalent 1722 - 1199 > 507. Who says eval is dead? ;-) …
answered Jul 15 '17 by Stilez