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<?php $month=10; $year=2014; // Mantech $startDate = strtotime($month.'/1/'.$year); $stopDate = strtotime('last day of this month ',$startDate); if (date('D',$startDate)!='Sat'){ $startDate = strtotime('next saturday',$startDate); } if (date('D',$stopDate)!='Fri'){ $stopDate = strtotime('next friday',$stopDate); } echo (date('Y-m-d',$startDate).' - '.date('Y-m-d',$stopDate)."\n"); // If our startDate isn't a Monday, grab the previous Monday if (date('D',$startDate)!='Mon'){ $prevMonday = strtotime('last Monday',$startDate); } else { $prevMonday = $startDate; } // Format startweek as ISO8601 eg.2014W15 echo (date('Y-m-d',$prevMonday)."\n"); $beginWeek = date('o',$prevMonday).'W'.date('W',$prevMonday); echo ($beginWeek."\n"); echo (date('Y-m-d',strtotime($beginWeek))."\n"); $datediff=$stopDate-$startDate; $weeks=ceil($datediff/(60*60*24*7)); echo ($weeks."\n"); for ($i=0; $i<=$weeks; $i++){ $thisWeek = strtotime($beginWeek.' +'.$i.' weeks'); echo (date('Y-m-d',$thisWeek)."\n"); $mask = ''; for ($j=0; $j<7; $j++){ $thisDay = strtotime('+'.$j.' days',$thisWeek); echo (date('Y-m-d',$thisDay)."\n"); if ($startDate=<$thisDay or $thisDay=<$stopDate){ $mask=$mask.'1'; } else { $mask=$mask.'0'; } } echo $mask."\n"; }
Output for 5.3.0 - 5.4.30
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '<' in /in/liiFI on line 48
Process exited with code 255.