See In PHP 5 prior to 5.2.7, requesting a given occurrence of a given weekday in a month where that weekday was the first day of the month would incorrectly add one week to the returned timestamp.
This has been corrected in 5.2.7 and later versions.
The research also found that in the game of dating the biggest turn-off for both men and women was for a date to turn up looking scruffy or badly presented.
The second was when their blind date had not described themselves accurately.
And although this suggests that both men and women are more interested in their date's physical appearance than their personality, only four per cent of people questioned said good looks were crucial in a date.
Markus Fischer, Director of International Business at Parship UK, said, 'As a dating site we're always looking to see what values singletons across the UK value most highly in a potential partner, as well as what makes a date go well, or destroys all chances of a relationship altogether.'To see men considering the want for first-date intimacy a bigger turn-off than women was somewhat surprising; whilst stereotype would have us believe otherwise, men are clearly the more prudish of the two sexes!
Note: The valid range of a timestamp is typically from Fri, UTC to Tue, UTC.
(These are the dates that correspond to the minimum and maximum values for a 32-bit signed integer.) Prior to PHP 5.1.0, not all platforms support negative timestamps, therefore your date range may be limited to no earlier than the Unix epoch. dates prior to Jan 1, 1970 will not work on Windows, some Linux distributions, and a few other operating systems.
For 64-bit versions of PHP, the valid range of a timestamp is effectively infinite, as 64 bits can represent approximately 293 billion years in either direction.
'I guess this goes hand in hand with people being honest about how they describe themselves before a blind date - both men and women saw this as a huge turn-off, so honesty is always the best policy when it comes to dating!
The function expects to be given a string containing an English date format and will try to parse that format into a Unix timestamp (the number of seconds since January 1 1970 UTC), relative to the timestamp given in is not supplied.
Each parameter of this function uses the default time zone unless a time zone is specified in that parameter.
Be careful not to use different time zones in each parameter unless that is intended.