DateTime::setTimestamp

date_timestamp_set

(PHP 5 >= 5.3.0, PHP 7)

DateTime::setTimestamp -- date_timestamp_setDefine a data e hora baseada em um timestamp Unix

Descrição

Estilo orientado à objeto

public DateTime DateTime::setTimestamp ( int $unixtimestamp )

Estilo procedural

DateTime date_timestamp_set ( DateTime $object , int $unixtimestamp )

Define a data e hora baseada em um timestamp Unix.

Parâmetros

object

Somente estilo procedural: Um objeto DateTime returnado por date_create(). A função modifica esse objeto.

unixtimestamp

Representação, em timestamp Unix, da data.

Valor Retornado

Retorna o objeto DateTime para o encadeamento de métodos ou FALSE em caso de falha.

Exemplos

Exemplo #1 Exemplo do método DateTime::setTimestamp()

Estilo orientado à objeto

<?php
$date 
= new DateTime();
echo 
$date->format('U = Y-m-d H:i:s') . "\n";

$date->setTimestamp(1171502725);
echo 
$date->format('U = Y-m-d H:i:s') . "\n";
?>

Estilo procedural

<?php
$date 
date_create();
echo 
date_format($date'U = Y-m-d H:i:s') . "\n";

date_timestamp_set($date1171502725);
echo 
date_format($date'U = Y-m-d H:i:s') . "\n";
?>

Os exemplos acima irão imprimir algo similar à:

1272508903 = 2010-04-28 22:41:43
1171502725 = 2007-02-14 20:25:25

Notas

Utilizar o formato timestamp Unix para construir um novo objeto DateTime é uma alternativa quando utilizar o PHP 5.2, como mostrado nos exemplos a seguir.

Exemplo #2 Alternativa ao DateTime::setTimestamp() no PHP 5.2

<?php
$ts 
1171502725;
$date = new DateTime("@$ts");
echo 
$date->format('U = Y-m-d H:i:s') . "\n";
?>

O exemplo acima irá imprimir algo similar à:

1171502725 = 2007-02-14 20:25:25

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admin at torntech dot com
2 years ago
It should be noted above, be careful when manipulating the DateTime object with unix timestamps.
In the above examples you will get varying results dependent on your current timezone, method used, and version of PHP.

One would expect all of the examples above to perform the same as setTimestamp() or date('H:i', $timestamp); would.

<?php
date_default_timezone_set
('America/New_York');

$ts = 1171502725;
?>

Set timestamp from UTC timezone use UTC timezone
<?php
$date
= new DateTime("@$ts");
var_dump($date->format('Y-m-d H:i:s e'));
/*
string(26) "2007-02-15 01:25:25 +00:00" //PHP 5.3.0 - 5.6.8
*/
?>

To convert the above to use the current timezone simply use
<?php
$date
->setTimezone(date_default_timezone_get());
//string(36) "2007-02-14 20:25:25 America/New_York"
?>

Set the timestamp from UTC timezone use current timezone
<?php
$date
= new DateTime;
$date->modify('@' . $ts);
var_dump($date->format('Y-m-d H:i:s e'));
/*
string(36) "2007-02-15 01:25:25 America/New_York" //PHP 5.3.6 - 5.6.8
string(36) "2052-06-20 18:53:24 America/New_York" //PHP 5.3.0 - 5.3.5
*/
?>

Set the timestamp from current timezone use current timezone
<?php
$date
= new DateTime;
$date->setTimestamp($ts);
var_dump($date->format('Y-m-d H:i:s e'));
/*
string(36) "2007-02-14 20:25:25 America/New_York" //PHP 5.3.0 - 5.6.8
*/
?>
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3
Arnb
4 years ago
When you need to manipulate a unix timestamp like field (seconds since 1970-01-01) that may be greater than the drop dead date of 2038-01-19.

<?php

function secs2date($secs,$date)
    {
    if (
$secs>2147472000)    //2038-01-19 expire dt
       
{
       
$date->setTimestamp(2147472000);
       
$s=$secs-2147472000;
       
$date->add(new DateInterval('PT'.$s.'S'));
        }
    else
       
$date->setTimestamp($secs);
    }

function
date2secs($date,$datebeg)
    {
   
$diff = $datebeg->diff($date);
   
$secs=$diff->format('%a') * (60*60*24);  //total days
   
$secs+=$diff->format('%h') * (60*60);     //hours
   
$secs+=$diff->format('%i') * 60;              //minutes
   
$secs+=$diff->format('%s');                     //seconds
   
return $secs;
    }

$datebeg = new DateTime('1970-01-01');
$date=new dateTime();

$secs=2017472000//2033-12-06 08:53:20
secs2date($secs,$date);
$dt=$date->format('Y-m-d H:i:s');
echo
$dt."<br>";
$sec2=date2secs($date,$datebeg);
echo
'(1) ',$sec2,'***',$secs,'<br>';

$secs=2397472000; //2045-12-21 12:26:40
secs2date($secs,$date);
$dt=$date->format('Y-m-d H:i:s');
echo
$dt."<br>";
$sec2=date2secs($date,$datebeg);
echo
'(2) ',$sec2,'***',$secs,'<br>';
?>
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Use Web Form at Aouie.net
7 years ago
When the exact time is important then it is important to note the difference between this and the UnixTimeStamp. The function will change the timestamp if necessary to take into account the daylight savings time.
e.g. Working with the 'Europe/London' timezone and setting the DateTime object to a timestamp of 1288486753 will result in the function automatically altering it to 1288490353.
This is because it is taking the fall time instead of the summer time (they will both be Sun, 31-Oct-2010 01:X:Y (I didn't check the hour and minute)).
Sincerely,
Aouie
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linblow at hotmail dot fr
6 years ago
If your PHP version is lower than 5.3 then you can use this class to be able to use the functions "setTimestamp" and "getTimestamp":

<?php

class MyDateTime extends DateTime
{
    public function
setTimestamp( $timestamp )
    {
       
$date = getdate( ( int ) $timestamp );
       
$this->setDate( $date['year'] , $date['mon'] , $date['mday'] );
       
$this->setTime( $date['hours'] , $date['minutes'] , $date['seconds'] );
    }
   
    public function
getTimestamp()
    {
        return
$this->format( 'U' );
    }
}

$date = new MyDateTime();
$date->setTimestamp( $someTimestamp );

echo
$date->format( 'd/m/Y H:i:s' );

?>
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