How do I get the difference between a mysql timestamp and the php current time?
The question i guess is kind of 2 questions:
- How do i even GET the current time in php and in a format that is easily compared to and
- Once i have that, i have a mysql timestamp in this format, 2011-06-30 04:33:00 , that I need to be compared to the php current time.
thank you so so much in advance, Binny
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