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Bug #41731 Date/Time Issue for November 2007
Submitted: 2007-06-18 20:01 UTC Modified: 2007-06-18 20:03 UTC
From: jiggilo at gmail dot com Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: Calendar related
PHP Version: 5.2.3 OS: MAC
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2007-06-18 20:01 UTC] jiggilo at gmail dot com
Adding 1 or 2 days to a string to time of November 3rd, 2007 reproduces the same output.  86400 seconds = 24 hours.

Reproduce code:
	echo date("Y-n-j", (1194062400 + 86400)) . '<br />';
	echo date("Y-n-j", (1194062400 + 172800));

Expected result:

Actual result:


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 [2007-06-18 20:03 UTC]
We are happy to tell you that you just discovered Daylight Savings
Time. For more information see:
Instead of using mktime/date consider using gmmktime and gmdate which do
not suffer from DST.

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