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    Tiny explanation: The new directive only creates a fresh instance of a PHP class in memory, in this case a DateTime and a DateTimeZone object. The latter is initialized to 'Europe/Berlin' and used as the timezone parameter for initializing the DateTime object, which, in turn, is stored in variable $ct. Nothing affects the system.
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    Great!! Thank you very much, will try it soon
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