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[nycphp-talk] date variables

aaron aaron at aarond.com
Mon Feb 13 13:30:10 EST 2006


Ok I figured it out. They had a constant I had to change.



aaron wrote:

> I'm working on an accounting text file parser, and they have a date 
> variable that represents the number of days since 01/01/1968
>
> I have to take that number and convert it mm/dd/yyyy
>
> *Example*
> Date variable:..: 3919
> Summary...........: UniData's Internal Date & Time
> Description.......: Date: 4/4/2005
>
> Any suggestions on what php functions to use? I know some don't go 
> further back than 1970.
>
> thanks,
> Aaron D.
>
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