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Store the date in @va and print it


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This little piece of simple code stores the date in @va and then prints it. There is no input and there is output.

 

[php]

(locations 1_0x0_1)
//store today's date in @va
@va[1]['date']['day'] = date('d'); //store day
@va[1]['date']['month'] = date('m'); //store month
@va[1]['date']['year'] = date('y'); //store year
 
//print date from @va
echo @va[1]['date']['month'] . "/" . @va[1]['date']['day']  . "/" . @va[1]['date']['year'] . "<br />";
echo "m/d/y";
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For example, what the output would look like today is

 

11/14/14

m/d/y

 

Edited by Rophs
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