The optional second parameter for date() is a timestamp.

So, you convert whatever date you have (eg 29.10.2002) into a unix timestamp
(probably using strtotime() or maybe you'll have to rearrange the string
first), then supply it to the date() function.


Justin


on 29/10/02 1:57 AM, DavÝ­ Írn Jˇhannsson ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

> Lets say I have a date: 29.10.2002 and I want to be able to find out
> what week number it is, I know
> how to find out what the current week number is: date(ôWö) to day it
> would result 44, but i need to be
> able to  do this dynamically ofcourse, any Ideas?
> 
> thanks, David
> 
> 


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