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Bug #43444 date('F', $timestamp) returns wrong month
Submitted: 2007-11-29 10:34 UTC Modified: 2007-11-29 10:50 UTC
From: anter dot x at gmail dot com Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: Date/time related
PHP Version: 5.2.5 OS: Windows XP
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2007-11-29 10:34 UTC] anter dot x at gmail dot com
Description:
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Function date('F', $timestamp) returns wrong month name.

NOTE:
print mktime(0, 0, 0, 2); // 1172700000
print mktime(0, 0, 0, 3); // 1175115600

Reproduce code:
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print date('F', mktime(0, 0, 0, 2));
print date('F', mktime(0, 0, 0, 3));

Expected result:
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February
March

Actual result:
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March
March

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 [2007-11-29 10:50 UTC] jani@php.net
It's because mktime() defaults to the day of current date if the day parameter is omitted. From the manual page for mktime(): "Arguments may be left out in order from right to left; any arguments thus omitted will be set to the current value according to the local date and time."

And as february this year had only 28 days and you're giving it 29, it overflows to march. No bug here.
 
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