php.js : strptime() function
The strptime() function is used to parse a time/date generated with strftime() and returns an array.
strptime(str_date, format )
%a - Short day abbreviation ( Sun through Sat)
%A - A full day name ( Sunday through Saturday)
%d - Numeric day of the month with leading zeros (01 to 31)
%e - Day of the month without leading zeros (1 to 31 )
%j - Day of the year, 3 digits with leading zeros (001 to 366)
%u - ISO-8601 numeric day of the week 1 (for Monday) though 7 (for Sunday)
%w - Numeric day of the week 0 (for Sunday) through 6 (for Saturday)
%U - Week number of a specified year, starting with the first Sunday as the first week 13 (for the 13th full week of the year)
%V - ISO-8601:1988 week number of a specific year, starting the first week of the year with at least 4 weekdays. Example : Monday being the start of the week 01 through 53
%W - Numeric representation of week number of year. Week starting from Monday
%b - Abbreviated month name (Jan through Dec)
%B - Full month name (January through December)
%h - Abbreviated month name (Jan through Dec)
%m - Numeric representation of the month in two digits 01 (for January) through 12 (for December)
%C - Numeric representation of the century in two digits
%g - Two digit representation of the year going by ISO-8601:1988 standards
%G - The full four-digit representation of the year
%y - Numeric representation of the year in two digits (Example: 99 for1999)
%Y - Four digit representation for the year Example: 2011
%H - 24-hour format of an hour (00 through 23)
%I - 12-hour format of an hour (01 through 12 )
%l - 12-hour format of an hour without leading zeros (1 to 12)
%M -Minutes with leading zeros (00 through 59)
%p - UPPER-CASE 'AM' or 'PM'
%P - lower-case 'am' or 'pm'
%r - Same as "%I:%M:%S %p"
%R - Same as "%H:%M"
%S - Seconds with leading zero (00 through 59)
%T - Same as "%H:%M:%S"
%X - Represent times without the date
%z - The time zone offset from UTC or the abbreviation
%Z - The time zone offset or abbreviation if option NOT given by %z
Time and Date Stamps :
%c - A specific date and time stamp based on local
%D - Same as "%m/%d/%y"
%F - Same as "%Y-%m-%d" (usually used in database datestamps)
%s - Unix Epoch Time timestamp
%x - A date representation based on locale date, without the time
%n - A newline character ("\n")
%t - A Tab character ("\t")
%% - A literal percentage character ("%")
|timestamp||An integer indicates the unixtimestamp. If a timestamp is not supplied, it gives the current local time.||optional||integer|
Array return value
An array, or FALSE on failure.
The following list describes the elements of the returned array.
tm_sec - seconds.
tm_min - minutes.
tm_hour - hour.
tm_mday - day of the month.
tm_mon - month of the year, starting with 0 for January.
tm_year - Years since 1900.
tm_wday - Day of the week.
tm_yday - Day of the year.
unparsed - the date part which was not recognized using the specified format.
Example of php.js strptime() function
In the following web document strptime() function parse time/date generated with strftime() function.
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
<title>php.js : strptime() function example</title>
<h1 style="color: green">php.js : strptime() function example</h1>
<h3>Parse time/date generated with strftime() function </h3>
format1 = "%d/%m/%Y %H:%M:%S";
strf1 = strftime(format1);
Output of the function
Array ( [tm_sec] => 27 [tm_min] => 3 [tm_hour] => 17 [tm_mday] => 7 [tm_mon] => 6 [tm_year] => 111 [tm_wday] => 4 [tm_yday] => 187 [unparsed] => )
Output vary time to time as current time changes.
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