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getdate — Gets date and time information for a UNIX timestamp.


array getdate(time);
int time: Time in UNIX time format


Array containing date/time information


getdate() creates an array of 10 elements containing most of the relevant information needed when formatting a date string. It can be very useful when combined with mktime() or date() . The array contains the following keys:

  • seconds: seconds

  • minutes: minutes

  • hours: hours

  • mday: day of the month (numeric)

  • wday: day of the week (numeric)

  • year: year

  • yday: day of the year (numeric)

  • weekday: name of the weekday; for example, Tuesday

  • month: name of the month; for example, April


PHP 3, PHP 4

See also

See also date() , checkdate() , mkdate()


Example 199. Print the current date and time

$my_time = getdate(date('U'));
print("At the tone the time will be: ");
print("$my_time[weekday], $my_time[month] $my_time[mday], $my_time[year]");

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