PHP handy date time handler: Compute dates and times of recurring events

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This class can compute dates and times of recurring events.

It can take a given date and calculates the time that passed since that date in a configurable format.

The class can also get the next dates after now with a given interval period.

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RemainOrelapse class is a simple class to handle Event recurrences but also time remained to
an event or time elapsed from an event .


class RemainOrElapse

	protected $date;
	public function __construct($date=null)
	
	 take as Argument valid DateTime Object or a valid Date format
		

	public function ago($format="")
	
	return a DateInterval object or a date in the chosen format
	For more information about the format see the PHP DateInterval::format function
		

	public function remained($format="")
	
	return a DateInterval object or a date in the chosen format
	For more information about the format see the PHP DateInterval::format function
		

	public function recurrence($interval,$nth=0,$daysinMonth=30)
	
	return a DatePeriod object 
		

	public function nth_recurrence($interval,$nth=0,$format="",$daysinMonth=30):
	
	return a DateTime object or a date in the chosen format representing the nth date of a recurrene
		For more information about the format see the PHP DateTime::format function


class_alias("RemainOrElapse","Remorelap");


 
For more information on how to specify the Interval see the function PHP DateInterval::CreateFromDateString

For a how to use example see the testremorlap.php file and for more questions or bug reporting
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