if you want to do as you're doing this will do:

> if ($month < 10) {
>  $month = "0$month";
> if ($date < 10) {
>  $date = "0$date";

"Daniel alsÚn" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Hi,
>
> is there a easier way to add zeros to date than the script below? (ie to
get
> 20011005 instead of 2001105). I wrote a long string replace. But it seems
> kind of unecessary to me. Is it?
>
>
> $date_time_array = getdate (time());
> $date = $date_time_array[ "mday"];
> $month = $date_time_array[ "mon"];
> $year = $date_time_array[ "year"];
>
>
> if ($month < 10) {
> $month = str_replace("1", "01", $month);
> $month = str_replace("2", "02", $month);
> $month = str_replace("3", "03", $month);
> $month = str_replace("4", "04", $month);
> $month = str_replace("5", "05", $month);
> $month = str_replace("6", "06", $month);
> $month = str_replace("7", "07", $month);
> $month = str_replace("8", "08", $month);
> $month = str_replace("9", "09", $month);
> }
>
> if ($date < 10) {
> $date = str_replace("1", "01", $date);
> $date = str_replace("2", "02", $date);
> $date = str_replace("3", "03", $date);
> $date = str_replace("4", "04", $date);
> $date = str_replace("5", "05", $date);
> $date = str_replace("6", "06", $date);
> $date = str_replace("7", "07", $date);
> $date = str_replace("8", "08", $date);
> $date = str_replace("9", "09", $date);
> }
>
> $datemonth = $year . $month . $date;
>
> echo $datemonth;
>
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