Use:

 date("n/j/Y  g:i:s A");

If you need any more help on what the letters mean, or you need to change
the layout visit:

                http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.date.php

keTTle_drum.


>>Hi there. Got a bit of a snag. I'm migrating an ASP app to PHP with a
>>mssql7.0 backend. The snag is this, I have a 'starttime' field in my db
>>using the 'datetime' format ... looks like this     2/14/2002 12:21:28 PM.
>>Unfortuanely, I'm unable to convert this field to type integer at the
>>present time.

>>How would I get the current time in the same format as above (2/14/2002
>>12:21:28 PM) for insertion to the db in a datetime field datatype?

>>Thx Joe :)



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