John Meyer wrote:
Devendra Jadhav wrote:
No need to do anything special. It should display date as string. Can you provide little more information or code snippet?
$tweettable .= preg_replace('@(https?://([-\w\.]+)+(:\d+)?(/([\w/_\.]*(\?\S+)?)?)?)@', '<a href="$1">$1</a>',$row["TWEET_TEXT"]) . "<br>" . "Sent at: " . $rowqry["TWEET_CREATEDAT"]; $tweettable .= "<br>Sent Using: " . $row["TWEET_CREATEDBY"] . "</td></tr>";


And I checked the database.  The date is there.


Two things jump out.

1.  TWEET_CREATEDAT  is that suppose to be TWEET_CREATEDATE  ??
2. two variables are accessed from the $row array, but the third is referenced from the $rowqry array. This begs the question: Which is it? $row or $rowqry ?

Try this

$tweettable .= preg_replace(
        '@(https?://([-\w\.]+)+(:\d+)?(/([\w/_\.]*(\?\S+)?)?)?)@',
        '<a href="$1">$1</a>',
        $row["TWEET_TEXT"]);
$tweettable .= '<br />Sent at: ' . $row["TWEET_CREATEDATE"];
$tweettable .= '<br />Sent Using: {$row['TWEET_CREATEDBY']}</td></tr>";

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