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Date Fmt: Format dates according to a format string

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date-fmt 1.0Public Domain5.0Localization, PHP 5, Time and Date
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This class can format dates according to a format string.

It takes a time stamp value and formats it according to a given format string specification that defines which date and time elements will appear in the string in different format variants.

It allows formatting of time ranges ("2 days ago", "after 1 week"), as well as traditional date/time strings ("10/01/2011", "3:50 AM"). Shortened output is also supported ("2d ago", "after 1w").

The formatted dates are returned encoded using UTF-8 in different idioms and languages.

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Plain text file date.php Class The DateFmt class. Must be UTF-8-encoded.
Accessible without login Plain text file format.txt Doc. Brief format strings documentation
Accessible without login Plain text file sample.php Example Usage example

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