# PHP-Lesson 4: date&time documentation!

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## PHP-Lesson 4: date&time documentation!

by Jesmion » Wed Oct 08, 2014 7:17 pm

Hi, can any help sort a mathematical subject of a second times 360 days, i read, although 'mktime' can sort it as a solution, its </title> 'date&time' timestamp could be affixed ranging from 2013, january 1st, 18.25:50, pm, GMT' </?php>

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## Re: PHP-Lesson 4: date&time documentation!

by XainPro » Thu Oct 09, 2014 11:42 am

your question is not clear please explain it further.

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## Re: PHP-Lesson 4: date&time documentation!

by Jesmion » Fri Oct 10, 2014 10:47 am

Hello xainpro, i mean, how many seconds would have be in 360 days, i know 60 seconds in a minute '60 seconds into 360 days', is it: 1mm into 60mm= 1 minute, 1mm into 360 days? is a second in a minute rime with degree' or 1mm, if not what is a second in a minute, degree or mm?

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## Re: PHP-Lesson 4: date&time documentation!

by XainPro » Fri Oct 10, 2014 11:30 am

360 Days in Year x 24 Hours in a Day x 60 Minutes in 1 Hour x 60 Sec in a Min = 31104000 Sec

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## Re: PHP-Lesson 4: date&time documentation!

by Jesmion » Fri Oct 10, 2014 12:07 pm

XainPro wrote:360 Days in Year x 24 Hours in a Day x 60 Minutes in 1 Hour x 60 Sec in a Min = 31104000 Sec

Thanks , am grateful for teaching me aright, [31104000 sec madeup 360 days by times & date of p2p-lesson 4, example]

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