Current Timestamp

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Now1721383263
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How to get current timestamp in Java

Here is an example how you can get current timestamp in Java

import java.sql.Timestamp; import java.util.Date; public class CurrentTimeStamp { public static void main( String[] args ) { java.util.Date date= new java.util.Date(); System.out.println(new Timestamp(date.getTime())); } }

Output

2024-07-19 10:01:03.240

How to get current timestamp in C++

Here is an example how you can get current timestamp in C++

#include <stdio.h> #include <time.h> int main() { time_t now; now = time(NULL); printf("Current unix time is %d", now); return 0; }

Execution

Current unix time is 1721383263

#include <stdio.h> #include <time.h> int main () { time_t rawtime; struct tm * timeinfo; time (&rawtime); timeinfo = localtime (&rawtime); printf ("Current local time and date: %s", asctime(timeinfo)); return 0; }

Execution

Current local time and date: Fri 19 Jul 10:01:03 2024

How to get current timestamp in c#

Here is an example how you can get current timestamp in c#

Option 1

DateTimeOffset.UtcNow.ToUnixTimeSeconds()
1721383263

Option 2

DateTimeOffset now = DateTimeOffset.Now;
long timestamp = now.ToUnixTimeMilliseconds();
1721383263240

Option 3

DateTime currentDateUtc = DateTime.UtcNow.Date; string formattedDate = currentDate.ToString("yyyy-MM-dd")
2024-07-19

How to get current timestamp in Python

Here is an example how you can get current timestamp in Python

import time import datetime print "Current unix time: %s" %time.time() print "Current date and time: " , datetime.datetime.now()

Output

Current unix time: 1409073472.17 Current date and time: 2014-08-26 12:17:52.165704

How to get current timestamp in PHP

Here is an example how you can get current timestamp in PHP

<?php echo time(); ?>

Output

1721383263

How to get current timestamp in Javascript

Here is an example how you can get current timestamp in Javascript

var timestamp = new Date().getTime(); document.write(timestamp);

Output

How to get current timestamp in MySQL

Here is an example how you can get current timestamp in MySQL

CREATE TABLE `mytable` ( `id` int(11) NOT NULL, `text` varchar(100) NOT NULL, `epoch` int(11) NOT NULL );

Option 1

INSERT INTO mytable VALUES(1,'hello',UNIX_TIMESTAMP('2024-07-19 10:01:03'))

Option 2

INSERT INTO mytable VALUES(1,'hello',UNIX_TIMESTAMP('1721383263'))

Option 3

INSERT INTO mytable VALUES(1,'hello',UNIX_TIMESTAMP(now()))

SELECT FROM_UNIXTIME(1721383263);

Output

2024-07-19 10:01:03

How to get current timestamp in Oracle

Here is an example how you can get current timestamp in Oracle

Option 1

SELECT SYSTIMESTAMP FROM DUAL;

Option 2

SELECT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP FROM DUAL;

How to get current timestamp in PostgreSQL

Here is an example how you can get current timestamp in PostgreSQL

Option 1

SELECT NOW();

Option 2

SELECT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP;

How to get current timestamp in Snowflake

Here is an example how you can get current timestamp in Snowflake

Option 1

SELECT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP;

Option 2

SELECT NOW();

How to get current timestamp in PowerShell

Here is an example how you can get current timestamp in PowerShell

Option 1

Get-Date
Friday, July 19, 2024 10:01:03

Option 2

Get-Date DisplayHint Date
Friday, July 19, 2024

Option 3

Get-Date -Format "dddd MM/dd/yyyy HH:mm K"
Friday 07/19/2024 03:01 -07:00

Option 4

Get-Date -UnixTimeSeconds 1721383263
Friday, July 19, 2024 10:01:03 AM

Current Timestamp

Current timestamp is also known as Unix timestamp, Unix time, and Unix epoch. It tells the number of seconds that have been elapsed since January 1, 1970 (midnight UTC/GMT). It doesn’t count leap seconds.

What is timestamp?

A timestamp is a sequence of characters or encoded information identifying when a particular event occurred, usually giving date and time of day, sometimes accurate to a small fraction of a second. Timestamps are used to record when events happen, and can be used to help identify the order in which events occurred, and to provide a way to synchronize events across multiple computers. Timestamps are often associated with computer data, but they can be used in any context where events are recorded and need to be associated with a specific time.

What is an example of a timestamp?

An example of a timestamp could be a date and time in the following format: "2023-01-09 16:33:22" This timestamp would represent the date January 9th, 2023 at 16 hours, 33 minutes, and 22 seconds. Timestamps can be written in many different ways and can include various combinations of the date, time, and timezone. Here are a few more examples of timestamps:

January 9th, 2023 4:33pm: "2023-01-09 16:33"
January 9th, 2023 4:33pm EST: "2023-01-09 16:33 EST"
January 9th, 2023 4:33:22pm EST: "2023-01-09 16:33:22 EST"

Timestamps are often used to record the time when an event occurred, such as when a file was created or modified, or when a message was sent. They can also be used to synchronize events across multiple systems by providing a common point of reference.

How to read timestamp?

Timestamps can be written in a variety of different formats, so the way to read a timestamp can depend on how it is written. Here are a few examples of how to read timestamps in different formats:

  • "2023-01-09 16:33:22" - In this format, the timestamp represents the date January 9th, 2023 at 16 hours, 33 minutes, and 22 seconds. The first 4 digits represent the year, the next 2 represent the month (01 for January), and the last 2 represent the day of the month. The time is represented by the hour (16), minute (33), and second (22).

  • "2023-01-09 16:33" - In this format, the timestamp represents the date January 9th, 2023 at 16 hours and 33 minutes. The date is represented in the same way as the previous example, and the time is represented by the hour (16) and minute (33).

  • "01/09/2023 16:33:22 EST" - In this format, the timestamp represents the date January 9th, 2023 at 16 hours, 33 minutes, and 22 seconds in the Eastern Standard Time zone. The date is represented by the month (01), day (09), and year (2023). The time is represented by the hour (16), minute (33), and second (22). The time zone is represented by the abbreviation "EST".

How long is a timestamp?

There is no set length for a timestamp, as the format of a timestamp can vary. A timestamp could be as short as a single character, or it could be quite long, depending on how much information it is designed to represent. Here are a few examples of timestamps with different lengths:

  • "2023" - This timestamp represents the year 2023, and is 4 characters long.

  • "2023-01-09" - This timestamp represents the date January 9th, 2023, and is 10 characters long.

  • "2023-01-09 16:33:22" - This timestamp represents the date January 9th, 2023 at 16 hours, 33 minutes, and 22 seconds, and is 19 characters long.

  • "2023-01-09 16:33:22 EST" - This timestamp represents the date January 9th, 2023 at 16 hours, 33 minutes, and 22 seconds in the Eastern Standard Time zone, and is 24 characters long.

As you can see, the length of a timestamp can vary depending on the amount of information it is designed to represent.

Is timestamp a date?

A timestamp is often used to represent a date and time, so it can be considered a type of date. A timestamp is a sequence of characters or encoded information identifying when a particular event occurred, usually giving date and time of day, sometimes accurate to a small fraction of a second. The format of a timestamp can vary, but it often includes a combination of the date and time, and may also include a time zone. Here are a few examples of timestamps that include a date:

  • "2023-01-09" - This timestamp represents the date January 9th, 2023.

  • "2023-01-09 16:33:22" - This timestamp represents the date January 9th, 2023 at 16 hours, 33 minutes, and 22 seconds.

  • "01/09/2023" - This timestamp represents the date January 9th, 2023.

In each of these examples, the timestamp includes a date, so it can be considered a type of date.

What does +0000 mean in timestamp?

The "+0000" in a timestamp usually indicates the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) offset. UTC is a standardized time that is used as a reference for determining the local time in different time zones around the world. The UTC offset is the number of hours that a time zone is offset from UTC. For example, a time zone with a UTC offset of "+0200" is two hours ahead of UTC, while a time zone with a UTC offset of "-0700" is seven hours behind UTC.

The "+0000" in a timestamp indicates that the time represented by the timestamp is equal to UTC. For example, "2023-01-09 16:33:22 +0000" would represent the date and time January 9th, 2023 at 16 hours, 33 minutes, and 22 seconds in UTC. This would be the same time as in other time zones that have a UTC offset of "+0000".

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