--- Erin <co.uk> wrote:
That's not a timestamp, first of all. It looks to me like you just need to
use substr() to p out the elements however you want. You can see if
strtotime() can do anything with it, but I doubt it.
If you want to convert it to a real timestamp, look at the mktime()
function. Once you have a timestamp, it's very easy to work with, and you
can use date() to format it however you want.
Hope that helps.
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