WOOF :: seconds( String $duration )

Returns:

  • Integer The number of seconds in the given duration, or 1 if the duration is invalid.

A handy function to parse a time duration string into an integer number of seconds. This can be useful to use with the Transients API, or with the method WOOF::cache.

Example:

Parameters:

  • String $duration

    A duration string, which is comprised of an integer, followed by a unit character, which can be any of:

    • s – seconds. e.g. “20s”
    • m – minutes. e.g. “5m”
    • h – hours. e.g. “8h”
    • d – days. e.g. “7d”
    • w – weeks. e.g. “4w”
    • y – years. e.g. “1y”

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