Timestamp The functions that we discuss here are all associated with a timestamp, therefore, we need to know what the timestamp is. In addition, this function can also replace the time function, by giving an argument now: strtotime 'now'. That process is explained in the function page. Hope it helps anyone else seeking such a conversion. Additionally, not all platforms support negative timestamps, therefore your date range may be limited to no earlier than the Unix epoch.
This example shows passing the second parameter. The time function is useful to get a future time or past time from the current time, for example: echo 'Now: '. See your article appearing on the GeeksforGeeks main page and help other Geeks. Then we use realpath which conveniently returns false if file does not exist. Interestingly, adding the year or the day will give you back the expected month. Parameter one is important; we will come back to parameter two shortly.
So first I just create directory call it libs under app directory and loaded it to composer. Do I have to specify the format in strtotime function as a second parameter if that is possible? You might want to use code along the lines of this next example to test whether your date conversion worked or not: Now, strtotime has an optional second parameter, which is a timestamp to provide relative dates from. The difference is for strtotime function, the accepted argument is string text , while for the mktime function, the accepted argument is an integer in a unit of time. I run a theatre's website. Be aware of items like this in any calculations that involve multiple zones. Depending on the day of the month, you may get a different response. This behavior also applies to other months which have different days.
The function returns the time in seconds since the. I have a date string, say ' 2008-09-11'. See on the various ways to define the default time zone. It appears to use only the last digit in the year field. Although this may look perfectly well-formed, strtotime is not able to handle it because it has commas in there - yes, they make it much more readable for us, but strtotime gets confused handling them.
Below programs illustrate the strtotime function. They are first day of and last day of. For example we have 'Car'. Then it's just a matter. This month starts on a Tuesday.
This logic can also be verified with below call. The function parses the string and returns us the time in seconds. This is similar to why 2:60 will be 3:00 Now you get the point. Relative time based on a number. If it's a leap year, you'll get March on the 30th or 31st of the month. We can return the English textual date-time in date format using the date function.
This now means that for 48 weeks of the year the difference between London time and New York time is 5 hours and for 4 weeks 3 in the spring, 1 in the autumn it is 4 hours. So here's my current directory structure. Regardless of the previous bullet point, server-side code, including web sites, should never expect the local time zone of the server to be anything in particular. Notes Note: If the number of the year is specified in a two digit format, the values between 00-69 are mapped to 2000-2069 and 70-99 to 1970-1999. Also, the file has fallen out of maintenance. So if tonight's show is the last, it will stay on the web page until 00:00 tomorrow. Next chapter: Previous chapter: Jump to: Home: Copyright ©2015 Paul Hudson.