Is this for real? Rackspace hosts an awful lot of good-hearted people
(including myself). Is there a specific reason why the entire ISP's
customer base has been blocked from posting to php-general? I guess I have
to give up participating on the PHP list...


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On Sat, 27 Jul 2002, Tony Harrison wrote:
> I tried using UNIX stamps but it dont work, and why the hell does it default
> to that date anyway? I thought it was supposed to default to the current
> time?

Be very happy it works the way it does. Since it defaults to an
easily-recognizable date and time, you can quickly tell when you've messed
up your code.

If you don't provide a second argument to date() at all, then it'll
default to the current date and time.


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