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Bug #6663 mktime returns -1 whereas 4.0.1pl2 returned the correct value
Submitted: 2000-09-11 22:33 UTC Modified: 2000-09-20 18:07 UTC
From: apeeters at pi dot be Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Date/time related
PHP Version: 4.0.2 OS: RedHat 6.1
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2000-09-11 22:33 UTC] apeeters at pi dot be
Php 4.0.2 returns -1 on this statement wheras php 4.0.1pl2 returned the correct unix timestamp.


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 [2000-09-11 22:34 UTC] apeeters at pi dot be

 [2000-09-11 22:41 UTC]
Month, day and year == 0 is an illegal date for mktime() (otherwise it would interpret it as 30.11.99 which is not exactly what you expect, I guess. If you do, just write 30.11.99). 
 [2000-09-12 01:14 UTC] apeeters at pi dot be
And why does it work correctly then with all previous versions ?
 [2000-09-15 18:57 UTC] apeeters at pi dot be
This bug also occured in 4.0 Release Candidate 2 bugid 4454, and has been solved.
 [2000-09-20 18:07 UTC]
4454 talks about entirely different things. And I don't really see why you need year, month and day equal to 0? What date is it going to represent?
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