Re: [PHP] bumping up hour by one

2002-05-02 Thread Hugh Bothwell
Tom Beidler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... My mistake. The correct code that works is; $display_time = date(H:i); // round time to nearest 15 minute interval $display_timex = explode (:,$display_time) ; if (($display_timex[1] = 00)

RE: [PHP] bumping up hour by one

2002-05-01 Thread John Holmes
Doesn't matter, PHP will juggle the type and make it a number. What do you get for results, these look like they should work. Are you getting errors or are you getting odd results? ---John Holmes... -Original Message- From: Tom Beidler [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, May

Re: [PHP] bumping up hour by one

2002-05-01 Thread Tom Beidler
operator error. I didn't show all the code. Here it is; $display_time = date(H:i); // round time to nearest 15 minute interval $display_timex = explode (:,$display_time) ; if (($display_timex[1] = 00) || ($display_timex[1] = 07)) { $insert_time = $display_timex[0] . :00; } elseif