You could do a case() or if/elseif, check if it's spring, summer or autumn and leave the code for winter as default/else.
Bogdan webapprentice wrote: > Hi, > Just need a sounding board to help me think this through. > > I want to check the current date to determine what "season" it is and display the >appropriate picture. > > I define spring as 03/21/YYYY, summer as 06/21/YYYY, autumn as 09/21/YYYY, and >winter as 12/21/YYYY. > > I form a string for the current date and get a timestamp via mktime(). > I also get the equivalent timestamps for the dates above for the seasonal changes. > > Then, I compare the current date to see if it's between the seasonal dates. > The problem is when I go from 12/31/YYYY to 01/01/(YYYY+1). > Since winter and spring dates are one year apart, the current date timestamp >comparison gets messed up and nothing displays. > > How do I do a proper comparison? I was thinking of just seeing if the current date >timestamp is greater than each of the seasonal date timestamp, but it feels like I >would miss something. Would I? Or is there another solution? > > Thank you for your time. > > --Stephen -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]