> Those numbers don't look like timestamps to me (as they can't be larger
> than about 4294967296). What they look like is the result of some imp or
> perhaps even a gremlin breaking into your code and smooshing together
> yearmonthdayhourminutesecond, then trying to PRETEND it's a timestamp.
> Go back and read the date/time chapter of the PHP manual a little more
They look like MYSQL timestamps to me.
The MySQL timestamp format is NOT the same as the PHP timestamp format
(otherwise known as the Unix timestamp format).
MySQL uses a YYYYMMDDHHMMSS format whereas PHP uses a SSSSSSSSSSSS format.
MySQL timestamp: 20020207164744
PHP (Unix) timestamp: 1013096864
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