PHP Date() / Time() Function

by Yogesh Khanna 30-Mar-16

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PHP Date Function is used to print date and and Time Function is used to Print a Time.. It will return the current date/time of the server.

PHP offers powerful tools to print date in your web page. This function makes manipulating dates simply. The date function uses letters of the alphabet to show various parts of a typical date format. We will use letters in our first example, see below:

EXAMPLE:

<?php

echo date("m") . "<br />";
echo date("M") . "<br />";
echo date("y") . "<br />";
echo date("Y") . "<br />";
echo date("d") . "<br />";
echo date("D") . "<br />";

?>

Where

d: It shows the day of the month.

m: It shows the current month.

y: It shows the current year

<?php
echo . date("Y/m/d") . "<br>";
echo date("Y.m.d");
?>

Time Function: The PHP time () function is used to return the current time as a UNIX timestamp. This function shows you all the information that you required about the present date and time. It needs no arguments, but returns an integer value.

<?php
echo time();
?>

D is used for Day (three letters), M is used for Month (three letters) and Y is used for year.


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