Date.getUTCMilliseconds() (Method)

Return the UTC milliseconds for a date/time.

Availability:

ECMAScript edition - 2
JavaScript - 1.3
JScript - 3.0
Internet Explorer - 4.0
Netscape - 4.0
Property/method value type:Number primitive
JavaScript syntax:-myDate.getUTCMilliseconds()

The result of this method is the milliseconds of the time value contained in the receiving object. The value will be in the range 0 to 999 inclusive.

The value is computed according to UTC time co-ordinates.

Example code:

   <HTML>
   <HEAD></HEAD>
   <BODY>
   <DIV ID="RESULT">000</DIV>
   <SCRIPT>
   // Check the accuracy of a timer by printing the milliseconds
   setInterval("monitor()", 1000);
   myOldMSecs = 000;
   function monitor()
   {
   myDate  = new Date();
   myMsecs = myDate.getUTCMilliseconds();
   myErr = myMsecs - myOldMSecs;
   document.all.RESULT.innerText = myMsecs + " (" + myErr + " milliseconds of error)";
   myOldMSecs = myMsecs;
   }
   </SCRIPT>
   </BODY>
   </HTML>

See also:Date.prototype, Date.setUTCMilliseconds(), Event.timeStamp

Cross-references:

ECMA 262 edition 2 - section - 15.9.5.21

ECMA 262 edition 3 - section - 15.9.5.25