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If am using 6 dates its displaying properly , if am adding 1 more and use 7 dates , it gives the error

$mult3=mysql_fetch_array($mult1);
$date = DateTime::createFromFormat("Y-m-d", $mult3['ex_dates']);
$onee=$date->format("d").'01';
$date = DateTime::createFromFormat("Y-m-d", $mult3['ex_dates']);
$twoo=$date->format("d").'02';
$date = DateTime::createFromFormat("Y-m-d", $mult3['ex_dates']);
$three=$date->format("d").'03';



am using the same code in a different page and it works there

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am using the same code in a different page and it works there 
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Updated 14-Sep-20 1:54am

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This would indicate that the $date variable doesn't contain a valid DateTime value. The documentation states that createFromFormat will return FALSE if the function fails, so you probably need to add a check to see whether $date is FALSE.

It might be worth checking the value of $mult3['ex_dates'] to ensure that it's not null and matches the exact format of "Y-m-d" as well.
   

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