5 years ago in PHP Date and Time

Which one of the following format parameter is correct to get timezone in date() function?

[A] F
[B] T
[C] e
[D] D
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Dhanashri Bhuyar
Dhanashri Bhuyar - 1 month ago

Dhanashri Bhuyar from Mumbai, India is saying T is correct answer

AHMED SOULIMANI - 1 month ago

AHMED SOULIMANI from Casablanca, Morocco is saying D is correct answer

nikita pawar
nikita pawar - 9 months ago

nikita pawar from Pune, India is saying F is correct answer

ayush - 1 year ago

ayush from Mumbai, India is saying T is correct answer

preeti - 2 years ago

preeti from Kolkata, India is saying T is correct answer

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