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mcal_list_events — Returns list of UIDs for that day or range of days


array mcal_list_events(MCALconnection, startyear, startmonth, startday, endyear, endmonth, endday);
int MCALconnection: An open MCAL connection
int startyear: The year of the start of the search range
int startmonth: The month of the start of the search range
int startday: The day of the start of the search range
int endyear: The year of the end of the search range
int endmonth: The month of the end of the search range
int endday: The day of the end of the search range


An array of events that occur inside the specified range


This function returns an array of all events that occur within the specified date range. This includes recurring events that have at least one recurrence inside the range.


However, events that recur inside the range will only be returned once. You must use mcal_next_recurrence() to get the rest of the recurrences inside the date range.


PHP 3 since 3.0.13, PHP 4 since 4.0b4


Example 726. Listing events

$calendar = "{/mstore}";
$MCALconnection = mcal_open($calendar, "username", "password");

// List all events during the week of October 1st to 7th.
$start_year = 2001;
$start_month = MCAL_OCTOBER;
$start_day = 1;
$end_year = 2001;
$end_month = MCAL_OCTOBER;
$end_day = 7;

$events = mcal_list_events($MCALconnection, $start_year,
                           $start_month, $start_day,
                           $end_year, $end_month, $end_day);

foreach ($events as $eventid) {
    echo "Event " . $eventid . " occurs during this time period.<br />";

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