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Strtotime vs mktime updating an existing date in database ?

Thread began 7/10/2010 4:17 pm by mustang_sally_85344510 | Last modified 7/12/2010 11:27 am by Jason Byrnes | 1073 views | 1 replies |

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Strtotime vs mktime updating an existing date in database ?

I am trying to update an existing date in a database table.
the date format is YYYY-MM-DD . (I am NOT using timestamp in this field)

I need to echo this onto a page and add an additional month.
And on another page, I need to add an additional year.

Everything I've tried is not returning the proper results.

Here is my strtotime (which didn't work) :(

<?php strtotime($row_rsFinal['enddate'].'+1 month'); ?>

I initially used mktime to enter the dates in the database...

But I am having great difficulty taking the existing date and adding to it...

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. :)

UPDATE I FIGURED IT OUT...THANKS :)

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Ok, glad to hear you have resolved this issue.

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