Oh, and $today['wday'] ... that's the day of the week. I'm almost
positive you want the day of the month: $today['mday'].
On Wed, 11 Dec 2002, Chris Wesley wrote:
> On Wed, 11 Dec 2002, Curtis Gordon wrote:
> > future date:
> > <?$maturity_date = mktime (0,0,0,$mday_row,$mday_row,$mday_row);?>
> > current date:
> > <?$today = getdate();?>
> > <?$now_date = mktime
> > (0,0,0,$today['month'],$today['wday'],$today['year']);?>
> $today['month'] is text, ie. "December", and mktime() requires all
> integer arguments. If you use $today['mon'] instead, it seems like
> you'll get what you want.
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