* Chris Cocuzzo ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [Dec 27. 2001 03:16]:

> hey-

Howdy. With your previous posts on the subject, why do I get the feeling
you're building a time machine? :-)

> ok. I have the following code.
> <?php

> if($submit) {
>     $arradate = explode("/",$date);
>     $uxdate = mktime(0,0,0,$arradate[0],$arradate[1],$arradate[2]);
>     print $uxdate;
> }
> else {
> ?>
>      <form action="strtotime.php" method="POST"> //name of file is
> strtotime.php
>      <input type="text" name="date" size="30">
>      <input type="submit" name="submit" value="submit">
> <?
> }
> ?>
> the problem: it's printing out -1 when i submit. I know it means something
> is wrong, however I can't find an error with this when i have the following
> code below working perfectly:     [sidenote]: i enter the date into the form
> field like this: 1/11/2002

OK this is strange. This works fine on my machine and I get he expected
result: 1010725200

It *appears* to be a specific OS/distribution issue, but this is where 
my experience ends. I've seen weird issues like this on systems
where I also see processes suddenly appear to have spawned in the winter
of 1969.

Check out the user notes here:


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