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I don't know how I get date in dd.mm.yyyy format. Is it now () or something?
Can you help me? 22.02.2011
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Question by:mattimeikalainen
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by:Jason_Lotito
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Basically, you use date().

<?php
date('d.m.Y');
?>

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http://www.php.net/date
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Lukasz Chmielewski earned 1000 total points
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And assign to a variable :P
<?php
   $mydate = date("d.m.Y");
   echo"$mydate";
?>

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