On 23 Aug 2001, at 0:16, Georgie wrote:

> 1) Is there any PHP command that'll convert a MySQL database timestamp into
> a format that humans can read?!! For example, I want to change
> "20010822001245" into "00:12.45 on the 22-08-2001"?

I believe all previous replies on this qwestion were good for you;

> 2) This is the hard question. I have a script that gets values from a
> database and then includes a php page which contains "echo $variable" code
> to get the values from the database onto the page.
> What I want to do is have the PHP page code in the main script instead of
> being included externally. So i tried putting the code into a variable and
> then including, but it didnt work. Then I tried echoing the variable but the
> PHP code isnt executed.

Try to copy everything that is in your included php page except for 
"<?php" and "?>" other words everything that is between "<?php" 
and "?>" and replace your "include()" statement in the main script 
with what you just copied. But I don't really understand why do you 
want to put it in the main script, I would rather live it outside.

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