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get_weekstartend ›

Since0.71
Deprecatedn/a
get_weekstartend ( $mysqlstring, $start_of_week = '' )
Parameters: (2)
  • (string) $mysqlstring Date or datetime field type from MySQL.
    Required: Yes
  • (int|string) $start_of_week Optional. Start of the week as an integer. Default empty string.
    Required: No
    Default: (empty)
Returns:
  • (array) Keys are 'start' and 'end'.
Defined at:
Codex:

Get the week start and end from the datetime or date string from MySQL.



Source

function get_weekstartend( $mysqlstring, $start_of_week = '' ) {
	// MySQL string year.
	$my = substr( $mysqlstring, 0, 4 );

	// MySQL string month.
	$mm = substr( $mysqlstring, 8, 2 );

	// MySQL string day.
	$md = substr( $mysqlstring, 5, 2 );

	// The timestamp for MySQL string day.
	$day = mktime( 0, 0, 0, $md, $mm, $my );

	// The day of the week from the timestamp.
	$weekday = date( 'w', $day );

	if ( ! is_numeric( $start_of_week ) ) {
		$start_of_week = get_option( 'start_of_week' );
	}

	if ( $weekday < $start_of_week ) {
		$weekday += 7;
	}

	// The most recent week start day on or before $day.
	$start = $day - DAY_IN_SECONDS * ( $weekday - $start_of_week );

	// $start + 1 week - 1 second.
	$end = $start + WEEK_IN_SECONDS - 1;
	return compact( 'start', 'end' );
}