SimplePie_Parse_Date::date_rfc2822

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Parse RFC2822’s date format

Syntax Syntax

SimplePie_Parse_Date::date_rfc2822( $date )

Return Return

(int) Timestamp

Source Source

File: wp-includes/SimplePie/Parse/Date.php

		{
			$output .= substr($string, $position, $pos - $position);
			$position = $pos + 1;
			if ($pos === 0 || $string[$pos - 1] !== '\\')
			{
				$depth++;
				while ($depth && $position < $length)
				{
					$position += strcspn($string, '()', $position);
					if ($string[$position - 1] === '\\')
					{
						$position++;
						continue;
					}
					elseif (isset($string[$position]))
					{
						switch ($string[$position])
						{
							case '(':
								$depth++;
								break;

							case ')':
								$depth--;
								break;
						}
						$position++;
					}
					else
					{
						break;
					}
				}
			}
			else
			{
				$output .= '(';
			}
		}
		$output .= substr($string, $position);

		return $output;
	}

	/**
	 * Parse RFC2822's date format
	 *
	 * @access protected
	 * @return int Timestamp
	 */
	public function date_rfc2822($date)
	{
		static $pcre;
		if (!$pcre)
		{
			$wsp = '[\x09\x20]';
			$fws = '(?:' . $wsp . '+|' . $wsp . '*(?:\x0D\x0A' . $wsp . '+)+)';
			$optional_fws = $fws . '?';
			$day_name = $this->day_pcre;
			$month = $this->month_pcre;
			$day = '([0-9]{1,2})';
			$hour = $minute = $second = '([0-9]{2})';
			$year = '([0-9]{2,4})';
			$num_zone = '([+\-])([0-9]{2})([0-9]{2})';
			$character_zone = '([A-Z]{1,5})';
			$zone = '(?:' . $num_zone . '|' . $character_zone . ')';
			$pcre = '/(?:' . $optional_fws . $day_name . $optional_fws . ',)?' . $optional_fws . $day . $fws . $month . $fws . $year . $fws . $hour . $optional_fws . ':' . $optional_fws . $minute . '(?:' . $optional_fws . ':' . $optional_fws . $second . ')?' . $fws . $zone . '/i';
		}
		if (preg_match($pcre, $this->remove_rfc2822_comments($date), $match))
		{
			/*
			Capturing subpatterns:
			1: Day name
			2: Day
			3: Month
			4: Year
			5: Hour
			6: Minute
			7: Second
			8: Timezone ±
			9: Timezone hours
			10: Timezone minutes
			11: Alphabetic timezone
			*/

			// Find the month number

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