How do I get a timestamp in JavaScript?

In JavaScript, you can use the Date() object to get the current timestamp. You can create a new Date() object, and then call the .getTime() method on it to get the timestamp in milliseconds.

For example:

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

This will give you the current timestamp in milliseconds.

You can also use function to get the timestamp in milliseconds

var timestamp =;

Both of the above methods will give you the timestamp in milliseconds, you can convert it to seconds by dividing it by 1000.

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