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string The date string in MySQL datetime format.
 
string The date string in MySQL datetime format.
 
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Joomla 11.1 JDate::toMySQL

Description

Gets the date as an MySQL datetime string.

Description:JDate::toMySQL [Edit Descripton]

Since

Joomla 11.1

Synopsis

public JDate::toMySQL ($local=false)
Parameter Type Default Description
$local boolean false True to return the date string in the local time zone, false to return it in GMT.

Returns

string The date string in MySQL datetime format.

Defined in

libraries/joomla/utilities/date.php (line 475)

Referenced by

See also

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SeeAlso:JDate::toMySQL

Examples

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