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PHP date_parse_from_format() Function

❮ PHP Date/Time Reference

Example

Return an associative array with detailed information about a specified date, according to the specified format:

<?php
print_r(date_parse_from_format("mmddyyyy","05122013"));
?>
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Definition and Usage

The date_parse_from_format() function returns an associative array with detailed information about a specified date, according to the specified format.


Syntax

date_parse_from_format(format, date)

Parameter Values

Parameter Description
format Required. Specifies the format (a format accepted by date_create_from_format())
date Required. A string that specifies a date

Technical Details

Return Value: Returns an associative array containing information about the specified date on success
PHP Version: 5.3+
PHP Changelog: PHP 7.2: The [zone] element of the returned array now represents seconds instead of minutes. It also has its sign inverted: -120 is now 7200.

❮ PHP Date/Time Reference