I'm not positive, but try switching the day and month fields.  ie:
28/04/1981   for April 28th, 1981 instead of 04/28/1981

Could work... I know alot of programs, etc, use this format, and I cant
remember offhand right now.  Let me know if it works for you!!


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> I am having a hard time setting up a form for users to enter a date in the
> format of 00/00/0000 (of course they would use an actual date).  My form
is
> as follows...
> <form name="auth" method="post" action="search.php">
>                           <p>*I.E. - Format is 04/01/2001*</p>
>                           <p>Search for Ads by date:
>                             <input type="text" name="date">
>                           </p>
>                           <p>
>                             <input type="submit" name="login"
> value="Submit">
>                             <input type="reset" name="reset"
value="Reset">
>                           </p>
>                         </form>
> ================================================
> On my search.php page I have the following MySQL connection and search
> parameters...
> <?php
>
> mysql_connect ("db_hostname", "db_username", "db_password");
>
> mysql_select_db ("db_name");
>
> if ($date == "")
> {$date = '%';}
>
> $result = mysql_query ("SELECT
>
fname,lname,address,city,state,zip,phonea,phone,email,crty,crnum,crmo,cryr,w
> eeks,ogden,rock,logan,ipaddress,ad,total,num,date,time
>       FROM ads WHERE date LIKE '%$date%' LIMIT 0, 30 ");
> $count = -1;
> if ($row = mysql_fetch_array($result)) {
> $count ++;
> do {
> echo "<B>Name: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"fname"));
> echo " ";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"lname"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>Address: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"address"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>City: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"city"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>State: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"state"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>Zip: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"zip"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>Phone: </B>(";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"phonea"));
> echo ") ";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"phone"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>Email: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"email"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>Credit Type: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"crty"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>Credit Number: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"crnum"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>Credit Card Date: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"crmo"));
> echo " ";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"cryr"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>Weeks: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"weeks"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>town1: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"town1"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>town2: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"town2"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>town3: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"town3"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>IP Address: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"ipaddress"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>Ad: </B>";
>
> $ad[$count] = (mysql_result($result,$count,"ad"));
>
> $ad[$count] = ereg_replace ("&a&", "'", $ad[$count]);
> $ad[$count] = ereg_replace ("&q&", "\"", $ad[$count]);
> $ad[$count] = ereg_replace ("&p&", "%", $ad[$count]);
> $ad[$count] = ereg_replace ("&bs&", "\\", $ad[$count]);
>
>
> echo $ad[$count];
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>Total: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"total"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>Ad Number: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"num"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>Date: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"date"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> echo "<B>Time: </B>";
> printf(mysql_result($result,$count,"time"));
> echo "<BR>\n";
>
> } while($row = mysql_fetch_array($result));
>
> } else {print "Sorry, no records were found!";}
>
> ?>
> So far I have come to the conclusion that the input from the user is
> probably where my problem is because I am assuming it is taking the "/" in
> the date they enter and doing something I don't want it to.  In any event
if
> someone could give me a clue as to how to resolve this issue it would be
> greatly appreciated.
>
>



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