It just goes negative:pixel001 wrote:i wonder how come the guys who came up with this Unix-POSIX time never realised lots of people actually are born before 1-1-1970. So how do you even record that ? i figure i'll just have to handle it using a mysql date field. or maybe there's a nifty php library included in the phpbb3 codebase?
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dwerg:~# cat 1970.php <?php echo strtotime("1 January 1969"), "\n"; ?> dwerg:~# php 1970.php -31539600
Like previously posted, not everyone upgrades. I had to work on a friends computer and it had like a 600 Mhz processor and like a 4 GB HDD. REALLY OLD, point then and now is, not everyone upgrades. I know people who still run Windows 98. So...it's not that easy.god0fgod wrote:Use 64 bits? Wouldn't that be an easy solution?
I'll only be 59 then.Jim_UK wrote:As I will be 90 then I shall put worry about that on the back burner.Paul wrote: You mean at Tue Jan 19 04:14:07 2038
Life's strange, remember it.bonelifer wrote:I'll only be 59 then.Jim_UK wrote:As I will be 90 then I shall put worry about that on the back burner.Paul wrote: You mean at Tue Jan 19 04:14:07 2038