Question #47756 on phpns changed:
Status: Open => Answered
alecwh proposed the following answer:
How are you having trouble extracting the date? What language are you
using to do it? PHP should just let you grab the string, and you can
easily convert it with built-in functions... Well, you are correct, it
is a VARCHAR instead of a timestamp.
Anyway, this really isn't a question regarding phpns, rather a question
regarding database manipulation.
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