> 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 
> closely.
> miguel

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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