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PHP Date Time Set Function

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To set the time in date you just have to use "date_time_set" function. This function is an inbuilt function. Let's see how this function works.

date_time_set function has five parameters. These are:-

date_time_set($object, $hour, $minute, $second, $microsecond)

  • object: This parameter is mandatory and note that before using this object, date_create() function is used to set the DateTime Object.
  • hour: This parameter is mandatory. It is used to set hour of time.
  • minute: This parameter is mandatory. It is used to set minute of time.
  • second: As per its name defines that it is used to set second of time. Not mandatory
  • microsecond: As per, its name defines that it is used to set microsecond of time. Not mandatory

After using the date_time_set function a date_format function is used so that you could set the format in which you want to show your date and time.

Now let's see the examples:

<?php
// First create DateTime object
$create = date_create('2019-11-25');

// Now set a new DateTime
date_time_set($create, 10, 30);
echo date_format($create,"Y-m-d H:i:s");
?>

Result:



Also, note that in date_time_set function seconds and microseconds parameters are set as zero by default.

In the below example I set seconds.

<?php
$create  = date_create('2019-11-25');

date_time_set($create, 10, 30, 45);
echo date_format($create,"Y-m-d H:i:s");
?>

Result:



Here I'm also going to set the fifth one parameter that is microsecond.

<?php
$create  = date_create('2019-11-25');

date_time_set($create, 10, 30, 45, 300);
echo date_format($create,"Y-m-d H:i:s:u");
?>

Result:


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