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Thu Nov 10 09:51:52 CET 2005

        When  making a data signature, prompt for an expiration time.
        If this option is not specified, the expiration time set  via
        --default-sig-expire  is  used.  --no-ask-sig-expire disables
        this option.  Note that by default,  --force-v3-sigs  is  set
        which also disables this option.  If you want signature expi-
        ration, you must set --no-force-v3-sigs as  well  as  turning
        --ask-sig-expire on.

        The  default expiration time to use for signature expiration.
        Valid values are "0" for no expiration, a number followed  by
        the  letter d (for days), w (for weeks), m (for months), or y
        (for years) (for example "2m" for two  months,  or  "5y"  for
        five  years),  or  an  absolute  date in the form YYYY-MM-DD.
        Defaults to "0".

> When i use the --list-sig command, is there any way i can see the
> expiration date for signatures? 

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