PHP date formats

DAYS
d – day of the month 2 digits (01-31)
j – day of the month (1-31)
D – 3 letter day (Mon – Sun)
l – full name of day (Monday – Sunday)
N – 1=Monday, 2=Tuesday, etc (1-7)
S – suffix for date (st, nd, rd)
w – 0=Sunday, 1=Monday (0-6)
z – day of the year (1=365)

WEEK
W – week of the year (1-52)

MONTH
F – Full name of month (January – December)
m – 2 digit month number (01-12)
n – month number (1-12)
M – 3 letter month (Jan – Dec)
t – Days in the month (28-31)

YEAR
L – leap year (0 no, 1 yes)
o – ISO-8601 year number (Ex. 1979, 2006)
Y – four digit year (Ex. 1979, 2006)
y – two digit year (Ex. 79, 06)

TIME
a – am or pm
A – AM or PM
B – Swatch Internet time (000 – 999)
g – 12 hour (1-12)
G – 24 hour c (0-23)
h – 2 digit 12 hour (01-12)
H – 2 digit 24 hour (00-23)
i – 2 digit minutes (00-59)
s 0 2 digit seconds (00-59)

OTHER e – timezone (Ex: GMT, CST)
I – daylight savings (1=yes, 0=no)
O – offset GMT (Ex: 0200)
Z – offset in seconds (-43200 – 43200)
r – full RFC 2822 formatted date

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