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IntlDateFormatter gregorian calendar
#1

Hi

IntlDateFormatter class lets us define a pattern for showing the dates. 
I use the following to show the date in the Georgian calendar :

Code:
$now = new DateTime();

$formatter = new IntlDateFormatter(
                "[email protected]=persian",
                IntlDateFormatter::FULL,
                    IntlDateFormatter::FULL,
                'Asia/Tehran',
                IntlDateFormatter::TRADITIONAL,
                "yyyy-MM-dd");

// It is now: 1396-12-14
echo 'It is now: ' . $formatter->format($now);

I've read the  CI4 documentation page https://codeigniter4.github.io/userguide.../time.html , but I couldn't figure out how to do it in CI4.

Any help would be appreciated.
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#2

(This post was last modified: 06-28-2020, 05:33 AM by mohs3n.)

When I create a new instance of IntlDateFormatter in the controller I get this error:

Error
Class 'App\Controllers\Panel\Articles\IntlDateFormatter' not found

Is there anyway to use IntlDateFormatter class in CI4 ?
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#3

(06-28-2020, 05:32 AM)mohs3n Wrote: When I create a new instance of IntlDateFormatter in the controller I get this error:

Error
Class 'App\Controllers\Panel\Articles\IntlDateFormatter' not found

Is there anyway to use IntlDateFormatter class in CI4 ?

I assume you wish to use PHP's IntlDateFormatter class?

Based on that error message it appears PHP is looking in the wrong namespace. Try adding a "use" clause to the file being executted.

PHP Code:
use IntlDateFormatter

This will let PHP know that the class is in the "root" PHP namespace.
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#4

(06-28-2020, 06:23 AM)dave friend Wrote:
(06-28-2020, 05:32 AM)mohs3n Wrote: When I create a new instance of IntlDateFormatter in the controller I get this error:

Error
Class 'App\Controllers\Panel\Articles\IntlDateFormatter' not found

Is there anyway to use IntlDateFormatter class in CI4 ?

I assume you wish to use PHP's IntlDateFormatter class?

Based on that error message it appears PHP is looking in the wrong namespace. Try adding a "use" clause to the file being executted.

PHP Code:
use IntlDateFormatter

This will let PHP know that the class is in the "root" PHP namespace.


Yes, that fixed the issue.
Thanks dave friend
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