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convertint time string to time stamp

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I want to convert the time string from the if-modified-since header
into a unix time stamp, so I looked at the strtotime() function. The
PHP manual on that function makes reference to a GNU manual page,

http://www.gnu.org/software/tar/manu...ter/tar_7.html

which indicates that only UTC and Z are unambiguous. However, a
last-modified-header is followed by "GMT". They are synonymous, but
can I safely use it with strtotime()?

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Jul 17 '05 #1
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