PHP - Function localtime()
array localtime ( [int $timestamp [, bool $is_associative]] );
Definition and Usage
The localtime() function returns an array identical to that of the structure returned by the C function call.
|timestamp||Optional. This is an integer Unix timestamp that defaults to the current local time if a timestamp is not given. In other words, it defaults to the value of time().|
Optional. If set to FALSE or not supplied than the array is returned as a regular, numerically indexed array. If the argument is set to TRUE then localtime() is an associative array containing all the different elements of the structure returned by the C function call to localtime.
The names of the different keys of the associative array are as follows −
Explained in Definition.
Following is the usage of this function −
<?php $localtime = localtime(); $localtime_assoc = localtime(time(), true); print_r($localtime); print_r($localtime_assoc); ?>
This will produce the following result −
Array (  => 24  => 3  => 19  => 3  => 3  => 105  => 0  => 92  => 1 ) Array ( [tm_sec] => 24 [tm_min] => 3 [tm_hour] => 19 [tm_mday] => 3 [tm_mon] => 3 [tm_year] => 105 [tm_wday] => 0 [tm_yday] => 92 [tm_isdst] => 1 )