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php – Carbon::now() – only month

Posted by: admin April 23, 2020 Leave a comment

Questions:

I couldn’t find anywhere in documentation how to show current year or month with Carbon?

when i write this:

Carbon\Carbon::now('m');

it gives me the whole time stamp, but I just need the month

like

date('m');

but it must be Carbon!

How can I achieve this?

How to&Answers:
$now = Carbon::now();
echo $now->year;
echo $now->month;
echo $now->weekOfYear;

Answer:

I think you’ve already worked this out in a comment, but just for clarity: Carbon extends PHP’s native DateTime class, so you can use any of the methods available on that, like format:

Carbon::now()->format('M');

(where M is the modifier for A short textual representation of a month, three letters)

Answer:

You can use these both ways to get the current month

Carbon::now()->month;

or

Carbon::now()->format('m');

Answer:

Just use this in your any blade file for print year:

{{ \Carbon\Carbon::now()->year }}  

Answer:

I wanted to get the current month and got to this question, to get the current month:

$now = Carbon::now();
$monthStart = $now->startOfMonth();

Answer:

w/ Carbon + Laravel:

now()->format('M')

Answer:

You cant call it statically
use

$now = Carbon::now();

echo $now->month