Hello fellow PHPer's, Daylight savings is soon upon most of us and I have some questions in regard to timestamps. My problem: So we put our clocks an hour back. I have database tables with plain integers that store timestamps. I like to do comparison operations with these timestamps. When daylight savings takes effect the pre-daylight savings timestamps are an hour ahead of the daylight saving timestamps and cause time operations to calculate incorrectly. What is the solution? Could I offset the new timestamps to ignore daylight savings, make all my timestamps none-daylight savings timestamps?
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