timestampstr(

timestampstr()
The** timestampstr( **function generates a time stamp string. the format is yyyy.mm.dd.hh.mm.ss.sss. the last three digits are in milliseconds (though this value is only accurate to 1/60th of a second).

**Parameters**

No parameters.

**Description**

This function generates a time stamp string. The format is YYYY.MM.DD.HH.MM.SS.SSS. The last three digits are in milliseconds (though this value is only accurate to 1/60th of a second).

`timestampstr() ☞ `*2007.07.21.07.46.49.350*

**See Also**

- calendardate( -- helps in creating monthly calendars.
- calendarday( -- helps in creating monthly calendars.
- Date Patterns -- control how dates are displayed or converted to text.
- date( -- converts text into a number representing a date.
- datepattern( -- converts a number representing a date into text. The function uses a pattern to control how the date is formatted (see Date Patterns).
- datevalue( -- converts integer values for year, month and day into a number representing a date.
- dayofweek( -- computes the day of the week, with Sunday being 0, Monday 1, etc.
- dayvalue( -- extracts the day from a date as a numeric value.
- firstdayofweek( -- returns the user's preference for first day of the week.
- groupdatepattern( -- converts a number representing a date into text in a special format for use with the summarytable( and crosstab( functions. The function uses a pattern to control how the date is formatted (see Date Patterns).
- info("milliseconds") -- returns the number of milliseconds (1/1000th second) since the system started up.
- info("tickcount") -- returns the number of ticks (1/60th second) since the system started up.
- longtimestr( -- converts a number to text in am/pm time format, including seconds.
- month1st( -- computes the first day of a month.
- monthlength( -- computes the length (number of days) of a month.
- monthmath( -- takes a date and computes the date that is one or more months before or after the original date.
- monthvalue( -- extracts the month from a date as a numeric value.
- naturaldate( -- converts a number representing a date into text using "natural" formatting.
- now( -- returns the current time (number of seconds since midnight).
- quarter1st( -- computes the first day of a quarter.
- quartervalue( -- extracts the quarter from a date as a numeric value.
- regulardate( -- extracts a regular date (number of days from January 1, 4713 B.C.) from a superdate.
- regulartime( -- extracts a regular time (seconds since midnight) from a superdate.
- secsminshours( -- this converts a time (number of seconds) into an approximate text value.
- superdate( -- converts a regular date and a regular time into a superdate.
- superdatepattern( -- converts a number containing a superdate to text, allowing you to specify the patterns for both the date and the time conversion to text.
- superdatesecondsstr( -- converts a number containing a superdate to text, including the seconds.
- superdatestr( -- converts a number containing a superdate (date + time) to text.
- supernow( -- returns the number representing the current date and time as a superdate.
- texttimedifference( -- allows time math to be performed on text values.
- texttimeinterval( -- allows time math to be performed on text values.
- time( -- converts text into a number representing a time.
- time24( -- takes a time and makes sure it falls within a 24 hour period.
- timedifference( -- calculates the difference between two times. It works correctly even if the interval between the two times crosses over midnight.
- timeinterval( -- calculates the time interval between two times. It works correctly even if the interval between the two times crosses over midnight.
- timepattern( -- converts a number representing a time into text. The function uses a pattern to control how the time is formatted.
- timestr( -- converts a number to text in am/pm time format.
- today( -- returns a number corresponding to today's date.
- week1st( -- computes the first day of a week (Sunday).
- weekvalue( -- extracts the week from a date as a numeric value.
- year1st( -- computes the first day of a year.
- yearvalue( -- extracts the year from a date as a numeric value.

**History**

Version | Status | Notes |

10.0 | No Change | Carried over from Panorama 6.0. |