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PHP: strtotime() function

Description

The strtotime() function is used to convert an english textual datetime description to a UNIX timestamp.

Version:

(PHP 4 and above)

Syntax:

strtotime (dttime_string, ts_now)

Parameters:

Name Description Required / Optional Type
dttime_string The string to parse. Required String
ts_now The timestamp used to calculate the returned value. Optional Integer

Return value:

A timestamp on success, FALSE otherwise.
Previous to PHP 5.1.0, this function would return -1 on failure.

Value Type: Integer.

Example:

<?php
echo strtotime('now').'<br>';
echo strtotime('10 January 2000').'<br>';
echo strtotime('+1 day').'<br>';
echo strtotime('+1 week').'<br>';
echo strtotime('+2 days 6 hours 2 seconds').'<br>';
echo strtotime('next Monday').'<br>';
echo strtotime('last Saturday').'<br>';
?>

Sample Output:

1507032423
947462400
1507118823
1507637223
1507226825
1507507200
1506729600

Note : Since the time/date is not static, therefore the output may vary.

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See also

PHP Function Reference

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