Using the Zodiac Calculator Class
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The calculator class works a a starting point to transform different types of dates into zodiac objects.
The calculator class can read dates from integer types (unix timestamp) as well as text strings, which can represent a relative time (last monday, tomorrow, last day of next month) or an absolute time (first day of June 1983, 2011-11-11).
use Intervention\Zodiac\Calculator; // create from iso date $zodiac = Calculator::make('1992-03-19'); // create from relative date $zodiac = (string) Calculator::make('first day of June 2008'); // create from unix timestamp integer $zodiac = (string) Calculator::make(1641719287);
You can also pass date objects (
Carbon) to instantiate new zodiac objects.
use Intervention\Zodiac\Calculator; // create from datetime objects $zodiac = Calculator::make(new DateTime('1977-03-15')); // create from carbon objects $zodiac = Calculator::make(Carbon::yesterday());
Continue reading to learn what you can do with the zodiac objects.