Jack Dempsey pressed the little lettered thingies in this order...

> $hours = $time / 60;
> $minutes = $time % 60;
> if($hours >= 12){
>  $meridian = 'pm';
>  $hours -= 12;        
> }
> else{$meridian = 'am';}
> if($hours == 0){$hour = '12';}
> echo "$hours:$minutes$meridian";
> try something like that...haven't tested it, but it should be close...

That's a lot of code!

Use date() and mktime() and PHP will do all of this for you in one line.  
See my previous post on the subject. I sent *tested* code that will fit on 
a single line and will do exactly what the above is doing.

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