On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 05:25:16PM -0600, Terion Miller wrote:


>      What about just accepting any date in to the system, and defaulting to
>      the current date if any numptys/users try to set one before?
>      Do something maybe like this (untested)
>      $userDate = strtotime($_REQUEST['date']);
>      $startDate = ($userDate < time())?time():$userDate;
>      >From there, you can use the timestamp how you wish.
>      OOH found it:
>      $startday  = mktime(0, 0, 0, date("m")  , date("d")+2, date("Y"));
>      Well no, guess I didn't find it because that code above gives me
>      this 1235109600
>      What is that??

It's a *nix timestamp number. Give it to date() this way:

date('Y-m-d', $startday)

And you'll see the date it represents. (It's actually the number of
seconds since, the Unix epoch, in 1970.)


Paul M. Foster

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