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Thursday, January 19, 2017
Y2K38 is a 32-bit PHP but to display year more than 2038, or basically 03:14:07 UTC on 19 January 2038.
But why this bug happen? Well, PHP is based on UNIX system that means using integer as seconds passed from 00:00:00 UTC on 1 January 1970 until now, but the problem is that 32-bit integer can only hold number from -2,147,485,548 to 2,147,485,547, the number will reset to -2,147,485,548 when the maximum number reached, and of course, it will reset the date to 20:45:52 UTC on 13 December 1901.
See this gif:
I have made this fix for PHP, Click Here to download my project.
|Q:||Why i made this fix when year 2038 is long enough for PHP developer to fix it or in that year 32-bit system will obsolete and not used anymore?|
|A:||Because i'm interested to make this and if old server stand until 2038, they don't have to change.|
For more information about this bug in Wikipedia Click Here.
Friday, April 24, 2015
The closing tag always have same name with the tag, example <input type='text'></input> or if there's no contents in the middle of the tag, you can close the tag immediatly <input type='text'/>.