The PHP date() function is used to format a time and/or date.
The PHP date() function formats a timestamp to a more readable date and time.
A timestamp is a sequence of characters, denoting the date and/or time at which a certain event
The required format parameter in the date() function specifies how to format the
Here are some characters that can be used:
A list of all the characters that can be used in the format parameter, can be found in our
PHP Date reference.
Other characters, like"/", ".", or "-" can also be inserted between
the letters to add additional formatting:
The output of the code above could be something like this:
The optional timestamp parameter in the date() function specifies a timestamp. If you
do'nt specify a timestamp, the current date and time will be used.
The mktime() function returns the Unix timestamp for a date.
The Unix timestamp contains the number of seconds between the Unix Epoch (January 1 1970 00:00:00
GMT) and the time specified.
To go one day in the future we simply add one to the day argument of mktime():
For a complete reference of all date functions, go to our complete
PHP Date Reference.
The reference contains a brief description, and examples of use, for each function
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