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Formatting Date


joesaddigh

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Yes it is simple, but look at what you're doing. You can't use the value of $DateAndTime like that. You're trying to assign the result to it based on it's value, which doesn't yet exist. Are you just trying to assign the current time to it?

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Yes it is simple, but look at what you're doing. You can't use the value of $DateAndTime like that. You're trying to assign the result to it based on it's value, which doesn't yet exist. Are you just trying to assign the current time to it?

QFT

 

just change it to this if you want the current time.

$DateAndTime = date('d-m-y', time());

 

 

strtotime is meant to do exactly what the function suggests.. turn a string into a timestamp.

An example string being.

$variable = strtotime("4 days ago");

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