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 For security reasons, the maximum future date that can be generated is defaulted to 200 years in the future. This is controlled by the constant ''​ADODB_FUTURE_DATE_CUTOFF_YEARS''​ which may be set as needed by the end user.  ​ For security reasons, the maximum future date that can be generated is defaulted to 200 years in the future. This is controlled by the constant ''​ADODB_FUTURE_DATE_CUTOFF_YEARS''​ which may be set as needed by the end user.  ​
 ===== Function Descriptions ====== ===== Function Descriptions ======
-^ Function ​                                            ​^ Description ​                                                                                 ^ +^ Function ​                                                        ​^ Description ​                                                                                 ^ 
-| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_time|adodb_time()]] ​             | Returns the current time measured in the number of seconds since the Unix Epoch as a string ​ | +| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_time|adodb_time()]] ​                         | Returns the current time measured in the number of seconds since the Unix Epoch as a string ​ | 
-| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_getdate|adodb_getdate()]] ​       | Returns an array containing date information ​                                                | +| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_getdate|adodb_getdate()]] ​                   | Returns an array containing date information ​                                                | 
-| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_date|adodb_date()]] ​             | Convert a timestamp to a formatted local date                                                | +| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_date|adodb_date()]] ​                         | Convert a timestamp to a formatted local date                                                | 
-| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_date2|adodb_date2()]] ​           | Same as adodb_date, but 2nd parameter accepts iso date                                       | +| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_date2|adodb_date2()]] ​                       | Same as adodb_date, but 2nd parameter accepts iso date                                       | 
-| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_gmdate|adodb_gmdate()]] ​         | Convert a timestamp to a formatted GMT date                                                  | +| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_gmdate|adodb_gmdate()]] ​                     | Convert a timestamp to a formatted GMT date                                                  | 
-| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_mktime|adodb_mktime()]] ​         | Converts a local date to a unix timestamp ​                                                   | +| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_mktime|adodb_mktime()]] ​                     | Converts a local date to a unix timestamp ​                                                   | 
-| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_gmmktime|adodb_gmmktime()]] ​     | Converts a gmt date to a unix timestamp ​                                                     | +| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_gmmktime|adodb_gmmktime()]] ​                 | Converts a gmt date to a unix timestamp ​                                                     | 
-| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_gmstrftime|adodb_gmstrftime()]] ​ | Convert a timestamp to a formatted GMT date                                                  | +| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_gmstrftime|adodb_gmstrftime()]] ​             | Convert a timestamp to a formatted GMT date                                                  | 
-| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_strftime|adodb_strftime()]] ​     | Convert a timestamp to a formatted local date                                                |+| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_strftime|adodb_strftime()]] ​                 | Convert a timestamp to a formatted local date                                                ​
 +| [[v5:​datetime:​adodb_last_date_status|adodb_last_date_status()]] ​ | Returns the success of the last date conversion ​                                             ​|
  
  
v5/datetime/datetime_index.txt · Last modified: 2019/01/02 03:04 by mnewnham