PHP: checkdate() function
The checkdate() is used to validate a Gregorian date.
Note : The Gregorian calendar is the internationally accepted civil calendar. It was introduced by Pope Gregory XIII, after whom the calendar was named.
(PHP 4 and above)
checkdate (month, day, year)
|month||The month is from 1 to 12.||Required||Integer|
|day||According to the number of days come in the month specified in the month parameter. Leap years are taken into consideration.||Required||Integer|
|year||The year is from 1 to 32767.||Required||Integer|
TRUE if the given date is valid, otherwise returns FALSE.
Value Type: Boolean
<?php var_dump(checkdate(11, 30, 2001)); var_dump(checkdate(2, 29, 2003)); ?>
PHP: Tips of the Day
Convert HTML + CSS to PDF
Important: Please note that this answer was written in 2009 and it might not be the most cost-effective solution today in 2019. Online alternatives are better today at this than they were back then.
Here are some online services that you can use:
- PDF Layer
- HTML to PDF Rocket
Have a look at PrinceXML.
It's definitely the best HTML/CSS to PDF converter out there, although it's not free (But hey, your programming might not be free either, so if it saves you 10 hours of work, you're home free (since youalso need to take into account that the alternative solutions will require you to setup a dedicated server with the right software).
Ref : https://bit.ly/384yytr
- New Content published on w3resource :
- Python Numpy exercises
- Python GeoPy Package exercises
- Python Pandas exercises
- Python nltk exercises
- Python BeautifulSoup exercises
- Form Template
- Composer - PHP Package Manager
- PHPUnit - PHP Testing
- Laravel - PHP Framework