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I've had a little trouble with this function in the past because (as some people have pointed out) you can't really set a locale for strtotime.
Forward slash (/) signifies American M/D/Y formatting, a dash (-) signifies European D-M-Y and a period (.) signifies ISO Y. It will give non-intuitive results on Jan 30th and 31st.
As described at : the above, using "next month" on January 31 will output "March" even though you might want it to output "February". "last month", "-1 month" are similarly affected, but the results would be seen at beginning of March.)The way to get what people would generally be looking for when they say "next month" even on Jan 30 and Jan 31 is to use "first day of next month": The "+1 month" issue with strtotime===================================As noted in several blogs, strtotime() solves the "+1 month" ("next month") issue on days that do not exist in the subsequent month differently than other implementations like for example My SQL.
For negative UNIX timestamps, strtotime seems to return the literal you passed in, or it may try to deduct the number of seconds from today's date. Therefore strtotime('@-1000') returns 1000 seconds before the epoch. strtotime() also returns time by year and weeknumber.
If you're American, you see 11/12/10 and think "12 November, 2010".
If you're Australian (or European), you think it's 11 December, 2010.