Formats composés

Cette page décrit les différentes compositions de date/heure que les analyseurs des fonctions strtotime(), DateTime et date_create() comprennent.

Symboles utilisés
Description Formats Exemples
DD "0" [0-9] | [1-2][0-9] | "3" [01] "02", "12", "31"
doy "00"[1-9] | "0"[1-9][0-9] | [1-2][0-9][0-9] | "3"[0-5][0-9] | "36"[0-6] "36"[0-6] "000", "012", "366"
frac . [0-9]+ ".21342", ".85"
hh "0"?[1-9] | "1"[0-2] "04", "7", "12"
HH [01][0-9] | "2"[0-4] "04", "7", "19"
méridien [AaPp] .? [Mm] .? [\0\t ] "A.m.", "pM", "am."
ii [0-5][0-9] "04", "8", "59"
II [0-5][0-9] "04", "08", "59"
M 'jan' | 'feb' | 'mar' | 'apr' | 'may' | 'jun' | 'jul' | 'aug' | 'sep' | 'sept' | 'oct' | 'nov' | 'dec'  
MM [0-5][0-9] "00", "12", "59"
espace [ \t]  
ss [0-5][0-9] "04", "8", "59"
SS [0-5][0-9] "04", "08", "59"
W "0"[1-9] | [1-4][0-9] | "5"[0-3] "05", "17", "53"
tzcorrection "GMT"? [+-] hh ":"? MM? "+0400", "GMT-07:00", "-07:00"
YY [0-9]{4} "2000", "2008", "1978"
Notations localisées
Description Format Exemples
Format de log commun dd "/" M "/" YY : HH ":" II ":" SS space tzcorrection "10/Oct/2000:13:55:36 -0700"
EXIF YY ":" MM ":" DD " " HH ":" II ":" SS "2008:08:07 18:11:31"
Année ISO avec semaine ISO YY "-"? "W" W "2008W27", "2008-W28"
Année ISO avec semaine ISO et jour YY "-"? "W" W "-"? [0-7] "2008W273", "2008-W28-3"
MySQL YY "-" MM "-" DD " " HH ":" II ":" SS "2008-08-07 18:11:31"
PostgreSQL : Année avec jour de l'année YY "."? doy "2008.197", "2008197"
SOAP YY "-" MM "-" DD "T" HH ":" II ":" SS frac tzcorrection? "2008-07-01T22:35:17.02", "2008-07-01T22:35:17.03+08:00"
Unix Timestamp "@" "-"? [0-9]+ "@1215282385"
XMLRPC YY MM DD "T" hh ":" II ":" SS "20080701T22:38:07", "20080701T9:38:07"
XMLRPC (Compact) YY MM DD 't' hh II SS "20080701t223807", "20080701T093807"
WDDX YY "-" mm "-" dd "T" hh ":" ii ":" ss "2008-7-1T9:3:37"

Note:

Le "W" dans les formats "Année ISO avec semaine ISO" et "Année ISO avec semaine ISO et jour" est sensible à la casse ; vous ne pouvez utiliser que la majuscule "W".

Le "T" dans les formats SOAP, XMRPC et WDDX est sensible à la casse ; utilisez toujours la majuscule "T".

Le format timestamp Unix définit le fuseau horaire à UTC.

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Hayley Watson
3 years ago
Note that the localized format referred to in this list as "SOAP" is the ISO 8601 standard format for dates and times.
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aaron at kanuck dot net
3 years ago
"Note that the localized format referred to in this list as "SOAP" is the ISO 8601 standard format for dates and times."

This isn't quite correct. ISO 8601 specifies numerous formats for both date and time; and for compound date and time, you can use any date format and any time format, with the two joined together by the letter "T".

If you wanted to write "2009T12", that would be noon on the first day of 2009, and it would be a valid ISO 8601 timestamp.
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