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PHP DateTime class constructor argument validation

Hi SoloLearners ✋ Upon seeing a question about difference of times https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/2697030/?ref=app I was inspired to try out PHP's date difference function. But then I realized, that PHP DateTime class' constructor was *probably* buggy, in the fact that it allows its string argument (a date/time expression string) to be an invalid date/time expression e.g. February 30th or 31st. Although it doesn't allow the date part to be greater than 31, but still, I find it to be ridiculously funny. My question, do we have to manually validate a date/time expression to the DateTime class constructor, or is there a better way? also is it a bug, or is it my bad in using the class' constructor? Please anyone, an enlightenment? Thank you in advance 🙏 https://code.sololearn.com/wM7H5z16FVWC/?ref=app

15th Feb 2021, 9:25 AM
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16th Feb 2021, 7:35 PM
Jaky Ahmed
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Terima kasih bro 🙏
17th Feb 2021, 12:33 AM