On 23 Apr 2013, at 11:13, Chris Knipe <sav...@savage.za.org> wrote:
> strtotime() does convert the $_SESSION value to a unix epoc, as expected.
> However, date_format still complains that the argument is a Integer value,
> instead of a DateTime.
Sorry, I didn't read your email properly and didn't realise you were trying to
use DateTime objects.
$datetime = new DateTime('2013-04-23');
If all you're doing is formatting the date you'll find using
date($unix_timestamp) far more efficient than date_format($datetime_object).
> On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 12:09 PM, Stuart Dallas <stu...@3ft9.com> wrote:
> On 23 Apr 2013, at 11:07, "Chris Knipe" <sav...@savage.za.org> wrote:
> > $_SESSION['ExpiryDate'] = "2013-04-23";
> > echo date_format($_SESSION['ExpiryDate'], "D, \t\h\e jS \o\f M Y");
> > Required Result: Mon, the 23rd of Apr 2013
> > I get however: PHP Warning: date_format() expects parameter 1 to be
> > DateTime, integer given in
> > I've had a look at the date/time function list, but I cannot seem to find
> > any way to convert $_SESSION['ExpiryDate'] to an DateTime??
> Stuart Dallas
> 3ft9 Ltd
> Chris Knipe
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