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Total brain fart..

What is the correct converson for sql to php time()?

This is needed,

WHERE (now()-15552000<datesubmitted)

datesubmitted is generated by time()

Thanks
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If you are using mysql you can use

WHERE (now()-15552000<FROM_UNIXTIME(datesubmitted))

See http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/Date_and_time_functions.html
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Thank you but that wont work exactly beacuse I need only the results from the past six months hence 15552000 seconds.

Although, I will look into converting it from there.

Rockman
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Thank you

just a little tweaking
to

WHERE DAYOFYEAR(now())-180 < DAYOFYEAR(FROM_UNIXTIME(datesubmitted))

Rockman
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