J> So under the time() call, comparing it to a simple numerical value such as
J> "300" it knows that you are talking about 300 seconds?  Is that because it
J> is a unix timestamp?  I previously tried using date("s") to give me the
J> seconds from today's date then tried the compare, so using time() will work
J> better.  Thanks a ton.
J> Jas

Yes. time() returns a UNIX timestamp (currently a 10-digit number)
representing the number of seconds since a certain date (sometime in

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