PHP: time() function


The time() function returns the current time as Unix timestamp. The Unix timestamp measures time as a number of seconds since midnight of Greenwich Mean Time on January 1, 1970.


(PHP 4 and above)



Return value:

Current Unix timestamp

Value Type: Integer.


$curr_time  = time();
echo(date('D F d Y', $curr_time));

Sample Output:

Tue October 03 2017

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

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See also

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