Definitions

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  • n. The date and time at which an event occurs or occurred, usually indicated in human-readable form, especially when used in a log to track events.
  • v. To record the date and time of (an event, etc).

Etymologies

time +‎ stamp (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The timestamp is misleading – my computer thinks it is in France, but actually Lisbon is on GMT … petite |

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  • Heise online has also reported that a criminal investigator has disclosed that the information provided by Logistep does not disclose the methods used to collect data and as a result, it’s not always possible to confirm that the timestamp is correct.

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  • Again, the timestamp occurs when I was in the middle of a poker tournament.

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  • The timestamp is the current clock time in the form hh: mm: ss. frac and is as accurate as the kernel's clock.

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  • I have created a timestamp JavaScript function called timestamp () to have better control over date formats to parsing feeds.

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  • Secondly, the portal will take into account a new timestamp, which is the date and time of the last post BEFORE the deleted post.

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  • Redirect () submit duplicates can be handled with ViewState [ "timestamp"] = = Session [ "timestamp"] but for many database update applications it is better to use a data locking technique that solves disconnected locking AND duplicate submits in one go, something like:

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  • You can see the throughput in Kbps from the last column, along with other information such as timestamp and bytes received.

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  • · Provide video filters such as timestamp, de-interlace, region masking, etc

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  • You need to start out with 'make-kpkg clean', then double-check to see that the 'timestamp' files no longer exist (I can't remember the names of these timestamp files now).

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