Hi there,

Thanks for your help, it is VERY appreciated :-)

Regards

Chris


> [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Chris Payne) writes:
> > I have the following 2 dates (FOr example):
> > 19-02-2003 
> > 21-02-2003
> > How can I easily find out how many nights there are between the 2
> > dates? For example, the above would be 2 nights as the 21st would be
> > the checkout date.
> 
> I guess this will work:
> 
> $start = "19-02-2003";
> $end = "21-02-2003";
> 
> // Split the strings into day, month, year
> list($sd, $sm, $sy) = split("-", $start);
> list($ed, $em, $ey) = split("-", $end);
> 
> // Create unix time stamps for the start and end date
> $start_sec = mktime(0, 0, 0, $sm, $sd, $sy);
> $end_sec = mktime(0, 0, 0, $em, $ed, $ey);
> 
> // Calculate number of days
> $num_days = ($end_sec - $start_sec) / 86400; // 86400 secs / day
> 
> 
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> That quality which enables us to believe what we know to be
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