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gmmktime — Creates a UNIX timestamp from a GMT date.


int gmmktime(hour, minute, second, month, day, year);
int hour: Hours
int minute: Minutes
int second: Seconds
int month: Numerical month
int day: Numerical day
int year: Year


UNIX timestamp if successful; or -1 if 0 is given for each of month, day, and year


This function is like mktime() except that the returned UNIX time is formatted to GMT.


PHP 3, PHP 4

See also

See also mktime() , gmdate()


Example 202. Create a UNIX timestamp from the GMT date and print it

$my_time = gmmktime(0, 0, 0, 4, 1, 1998);
print(date("M-d-Y", $my_time));

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