$dt is an object as the error says, so you cant echo it, becouse its not a string (it can be with __toString magic method, or use print_r/var_dump to output your object). Try the format ( http://www.php.net/manual/en/datetime.format.php) method on your $dt object.
On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 4:41 PM, David Nicholls <d...@dcnicholls.com> wrote: > On 23/06/11 12:23 AM, Adam Balogh wrote: > >> hi, >> >> you have a PM(/AM) in your date ($d), so put an "A" (Uppercase Ante >> meridiem and Post meridiem) format char to your $format variable. >> >> b3ha >> > > Thanks, Adam. Tried that and it's now throwing an error: > > Catchable fatal error: Object of class DateTime could not be converted to > string in <xxx.php> on line 12 > > Line 12 follows the attempt at conversion > > 10 $format = 'd/m/Y h:i:s A'; > 11 $dt = DateTime::createFromFormat($**format, $d); > 12 echo $dt,"..."; > > DN