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Re: [PHP] Conversion between Unix and Localized Datetime

Hi, Narcis:

You are welcome. The DateTime object is quite handy at the tasks of
date and time operations.

* Narcis Garcia <informatica@xxxxxxxxx> [2016-10-04 16:26:08 +0200]:

Thank you;
I've written now this function:

function DatetimeFromUnix($UnixTimeStamp, $TimezoneLabel)
	$Object = new DateTime('@'.$UnixTimeStamp);
	$Object->setTimeZone(new DateTimeZone($TimezoneLabel));
	return $Object->format('Y-m-d H:i:s T');

When I use DatetimeFromUnix(1475420421, 'Europe/Berlin')
It returns:
'2016-10-02 17:00:21 CEST'

El 04/10/16 a les 14:23, Jack ha escrit:
Hi, Narcis:

Why not use DateTime? The code you want is something like this:

   function my_datestring($timestamp, $timezone = "Asia/Shanghai",
$format = "Y-m-d h:i:s") {
       $dt = new DateTime();
       $dt->setTimezone(new DateTimeZone($timezone));
       return $dt->format($format);

   $timestamp = 1475420421;
   echo my_datestring($timestamp, "Europe/Paris");

Hope, this code will help you.

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