On 21 Nov 2009, at 17:51, Phpster wrote:
> This is a simple math problem. Create am array with a start and end longitude
> for that timezone and run a comapre from your lay/long co-ords to see where
> it falls.
It's not that simple because timezones boundaries don't run in straight lines
from pole to pole.
I Googled and got this among several others...
> On Nov 21, 2009, at 12:25 PM, Haig Davis <level...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Good Morning all,
>> Having a look at the time zone functions in PHP you can enter a time zone
>> city and get it's lat long. Does anybody know how you can run the function
>> in reverse (or know of a similar function) i.e. get the time zone city from
>> the geographic coordinates. Google maps was a thought but the functions are
>> only for use in google maps which rules out my use for them.
>> Have a great weekend.
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