jdtojewish

(PHP 4, PHP 5, PHP 7)

jdtojewish Convete uma data do calendário "Julian Day Count" para o calendário Judaico

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jdtojewish ( int $juliandaycount [, bool $hebrew [, int $fl ]] ) : string

Convete uma data do calendário "Julian Day Count" para o calendário Judaico

Os parâmetros hebrew e fl são opcionais e estarão disponíveis na versão do PHP 5.0.0

Se o parâmetro hebrew for TRUE, o parâmetro fl a "string" de saída de dados é baseada no formato "hebrew". Os formatos disponíveis são: CAL_JEWISH_ADD_ALAFIM_GERESH, CAL_JEWISH_ADD_ALAFIM, CAL_JEWISH_ADD_GERESHAYIM.

Exemplo #1 jdtojewish() Exemplo

<?php
echo jdtojewish(gregoriantojd(10,8,2002), true,
       
CAL_JEWISH_ADD_GERESHAYIM CAL_JEWISH_ADD_ALAFIM CAL_JEWISH_ADD_ALAFIM_GERESH); 
?>

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adam at tadam dot co dot il
8 years ago
<?php
// Hebrew date in hebrew
$str = jdtojewish(gregoriantojd( date('m'), date('d'), date('Y')), true, CAL_JEWISH_ADD_GERESHAYIM + CAL_JEWISH_ADD_ALAFIM + CAL_JEWISH_ADD_ALAFIM_GERESH); // for today
$str1 = iconv ('WINDOWS-1255', 'UTF-8', $str); // convert to utf-8

echo $str1; // for 23/03/2012 will print: כ"ט אדר ה' אלפים תשע"ב

// or
$str = jdtojewish(gregoriantojd( date('m'), date('d'), date('Y')), true, CAL_JEWISH_ADD_GERESHAYIM); // for today
$str1 = iconv ('WINDOWS-1255', 'UTF-8', $str); // convert to utf-8

echo $str1; // for 23/03/2012 will print: כ"ט אדר התשע"ב
?>
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eclipsechasers2 at yahoo dot com
5 years ago
With PHP 5.5, the functionality changed regarding Adar in a non-leap year. Prior to 5.5, the month was returned as 6. In 5.5 and 5.6, the month is returned as 7. This difference is not listed under "What has changed in PHP 5.5.x".
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asphp at dsgml dot com
12 years ago
This function outputs in ISO-8859-8-l.

To convert to unicode UTF-8 do this:

<?php

echo mb_convert_encoding( jdtojewish( unixtojd(), true ), "UTF-8", "ISO-8859-8");

?>
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gr8g0thamguy at yahoo dot com
16 years ago
Based on the code already posted by Dave, I've modified it to display the *current* date on a page:

<?php

$gregorianMonth
= date(n);
$gregorianDay = date(j);
$gregorianYear = date(Y);

$jdDate = gregoriantojd($gregorianMonth,$gregorianDay,$gregorianYear);

$hebrewMonthName = jdmonthname($jdDate,4);

$hebrewDate = jdtojewish($jdDate);

list(
$hebrewMonth, $hebrewDay, $hebrewYear) = split('/',$hebrewDate);

echo
"$hebrewDay $hebrewMonthName $hebrewYear";
?>
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erelsgl at gmail dot com
10 years ago
In Hebrew leap years, the function will return 6 for Adar A, 7 for Adar B, 8 for Nisan, etc.

In Hebrew non-leap years, the function will return 6 for Adar, 8 for Nisan, etc.

i.e., the "real" Adar is Adar A.
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WWW dot netfree at gmail dot com
10 months ago
Check whether the year is leap year, in order to determine whether the value 7 = Adar or Adar 2

<?php

$hebrewDate
= jdtojewish(gregoriantojd(date('m', $DateStamp), date('d', $DateStamp), date('Y', $DateStamp)));
list(
$hebrewMonth, $hebrewDay, $hebrewYear) = explode('/',$hebrewDate);

$m = array(3, 6, 8, 11, 14, 17, 19);
$meuberet = in_array(($hebrewYear % 19), $m);
if(
$meuberet) if($hebrewMonth == 7) $hebrewMonth = '7b'; //This is Adar 2
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Berel
2 months ago
If you wish to format the hebrew date as this (ignore the brackets): [כ"ז סיון ה'תשע"ה], since none of the 3 bitmasks include this format, you can use the CAL_JEWISH_ADD_GERESHAYIM mask, and then insert the ' into the year with the second line, as shown:

$hebdate = jdtojewish(gregoriantojd(6,14,2015),1,CAL_JEWISH_ADD_GERESHAYIM);
$hebdate = substr_replace($hebdate,"'",strrpos($hebdate," ")+2,0);
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erelsgl at gmail dot com
10 years ago
Sometimes it is useful to have the date in the format YYYY-MM-DD, which is sortable (e.g. you can sort dates by sorting the strings):

<?php
function JDToSortableJewish($jd) {
    return
       
preg_replace("|(\d+)/(\d+)/(\d+)|","$3-$1-$2"// year-month-day
       
preg_replace("|/(\d)/|","/0$1/", // add zeros to the day
       
preg_replace("|^(\d)/|","0$1/"// add zeros to the month
       
JDToJewish($jd))));
}
?>
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dave_at_mitzvahweb.com
18 years ago
There's probably a simpler way to do this, but I needed to convert a Gregorian date to a Hebrew one and display it with the Hebrew month name (not the number).

Perhaps it can help somebody...

<?php

//enter your Gregorian date with the variables $gregorianMonth, $gregorianDay, and $gregorianYear using the numerical representation of the month

$jdDate = gregoriantojd ( $gregorianMonth, $gregorianDay, $gregorianYear);

$gregorianMonthName = jdmonthname ( $jdDate, 1 );

$hebrewDate = jdtojewish ($jdDate);

list (
$hebrewMonth, $hebrewDay, $hebrewYear) = split ('/', $hebrewDate);

$hebrewMonthName = jdmonthname ( $jdDate, 4); 

echo
"Your date in Hebrew would read: $hebrewDay $hebrewMonthName $hebrewYear";

?>
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