I think DateTime::setISODate() is exactly what you need:
$today = new \DateTime();
$year = (int) $today->format('Y');
$week = (int) $today->format('W'); // Week of the year
$day = (int)...
To inject PHP settings into the build environment, you can provide an INI file and use it with
- phpenv config-add .travis.ini
Unfortunately, this approach can not be...
You can retrieve the parts of an URL with the parse_url() function:
$url = 'http://localhost/project1/';
$parts = parse_url($url);
[scheme] => http
I think the levenshtein() function would be the most appropriate method to achieve your goal:
$array = array(
I think the easiest way in this case would be json_decode():
$string = '[1,2]';
$array = json_decode($string, true);
The first solution that came into my mind was this:
$dt = new DateTime();
$dt->modify('next friday'); // Next friday from now
$dt->modify('next friday'); // Next friday from next...
Don't include the single quotes in your HTML, they are taken literally there. Using
<input type="text" name="item[foo]" value="bar">
should fix it.
This tip was originally posted on...