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Bug #33056 strtotime() does not parse '20050518t090000'
Submitted: 2005-05-18 14:58 UTC Modified: 2005-06-16 01:24 UTC
From: dcturner2000 at yahoo dot co dot uk Assigned: derick
Status: Closed Package: Date/time related
PHP Version: 5.0.3 OS: Linux
Private report: No CVE-ID:
 [2005-05-18 14:58 UTC] dcturner2000 at yahoo dot co dot uk
Description:
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strtotime('20050518t090000Z') returns -1 and should return 
1116406800 
 
Further experimentation seems to suggest that any time in 
that format whose tens-of-hours digit is 0 results in -1. 
 
 

Reproduce code:
---------------
echo strtotime('20050518t090000Z')."\n";
echo strtotime('20050518t091234Z')."\n";
echo strtotime('20050518t191234Z')."\n";
echo strtotime('20050518t090000')."\n";
echo strtotime('20050518t091234')."\n";
echo strtotime('20050518t191234')."\n";


Expected result:
----------------
1116406800 
1116407554 
1116443554 
1116403200 
1116403954 
1116439954 
 
[Of course, some of that depends what time zone you're in] 

Actual result:
--------------
-1 
-1 
1116443554 
-1 
-1 
1116439954 

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 [2005-06-16 01:24 UTC] iliaa@php.net
This bug has been fixed in CVS.

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