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2010-08-10 15:33:39.000

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Ian GoughCommented:
rgb192Author Commented:
$value ="2010-08-10 15:33:39.000"

so what do I have to do to $value
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$valueshort = substr($value, 0, 10);

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Ray PaseurCommented:
The best and safest way is like this code snippet.

I have an article here at EE that may be useful to you.

Best, ~Ray
$value ="2010-08-10 15:33:39.000"
$ymd = date('Y-m-d', strtotime($value));

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rgb192Author Commented:
one answer was quick, another answer was 'safe'

thank you
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