The 'this' and 'first' keywords are only used to improve readability. The following appears on the PHP website: You can see in the table above that, while 'next Thursday' returns the same result, the 'first', 'second', 'third', ...
Months and years are also valid input but not always useful in calculations as they're not all of equal length because of the way our calendar works.
Shown below are the results of various strings passed to As always there are often different ways to achieve the same result.
Change Date & Time Of Existing Post After you publish a post, you can go back and change the date and time.
To edit a post, go to the Posts list and click on the title of the post.
When you compose a post, you can set the date and time to the future or backdate the post.
The order of posts is determined by the date and time, and you can change the date and time to adjust the order of posts.
You have the option to select any year below by typing in the year, using four digits. The calendar you choose will show holiday and observance dates relevant to the country you selected.
The date and time of a post can be changed at anytime.
She does that weird thing with her eye when she smiles, too. Their relationship is just a learning experience for him.
He doesn't even realize how good my chicken salad is, yet.
Starting 0601 Feb 03 until 0600 Feb 04 would result in a date of Feb 03. lol Thank you so much for that, simple clear and concise, I am presently in the first quarter of a php/SQL programming certificate, labs can be nightmarish and every time I find some help like this I am so grateful I need to display the date for the next meeting that occurs on the second Monday of the month.