problem displaying 24:00:00 time

hi
i have this funtion which create a select option in intervals of 30 minutes. it works, but it will not display 24:00:00 but 00:00:00
how can i fix it?
function timeSelect($start,$end)
{

$tStart = strtotime($start);
$tEnd = strtotime($end);
$tNow = $tStart;

while($tNow <= $tEnd){

 $option = '<option value="'.date("H:i:s",$tNow).'">'.date("H:i:s",$tNow).'</option>';
  //echo date("H:i:s",$tNow)."\n";
  echo $option;
  $tNow = strtotime('+30 minutes',$tNow);
 
}

}

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Mukesh YadavFull Stack DeveloperCommented:
Because 24:00:00 is not a valid time.
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derridaAuthor Commented:
hi
i know that it isn't, yet i have been asked to display 24:00:00 so i am asking is there a way, within this function.

Prior to PHP 5.3.0, 24:00 was not a valid format and strtotime() returned FALSE.
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Ray PaseurCommented:
"Prior to PHP 5.3" is a long time, many years ago.  Even PHP 5.5 is obsolete today.  It's time to upgrade!

You just have to change the programming.  The clock runs from 00:00:00 to 23:59:59, then it rolls back to 00:00:00.  So test for 00:00:00 and use str_replace() or an assignment statement to change it to 24:00:00.  But don't blame us if your clients call and tell you to fix it!
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Ray PaseurCommented:
Please see: http://iconoun.com/demo/temp_derrida.php
<?php // demo/temp_derrida.php

/**
 * Demonstrate a mung of the standard ISO-8601 Date / Time string
 * http://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28692356/problem-displaying-24-00-00-time.html
 */
error_reporting(E_ALL);
echo '<pre>';


// UPDATED FROM THE POST AT EE
function timeSelect($start, $end)
{
    $tStart = strtotime($start);
    $tEnd = strtotime($end);
    $tNow = $tStart;

    while($tNow <= $tEnd)
    {
        $printable_tNow = date("H:i:s",$tNow);
        if ($printable_tNow == '00:00:00') $printable_tNow = '24:00:00';
        $option = '<option value="' . $printable_tNow . '">' . $printable_tNow . '</option>' . PHP_EOL;
        echo $option;
        $tNow = strtotime('+30 minutes',$tNow);
    }
}


// TEST THE UPDATED FUNCTION
TimeSelect('Today 10:30pm', 'Tomorrow 1:30am');

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derridaAuthor Commented:
thanks ray, always great help
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Ray PaseurCommented:
Glad to help.  Thanks for the points! ~Ray
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