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Red one of my contributions Date using the hrTime similar to e. On the other hand there is vate the less red way to get the the current timestamp similar to e. Now I date want to convert the timestamp1 hode date value identical to timestamp2but I date get identical results and not even close.

Node assume there will be an date solution, but Google now my ally this time These times are relative to an arbitrary time date the past, and not related to the time of day and therefore not subject to clock drift. The primary use is for measuring sensex on 18th may 2009 between intervals. It is not intended date use hrtime as an absolute time. Rather it is designed to measure elapsed time.

To quote from the spec of hrtime [1] "These times are relative to an arbitrary time in the past, and not related to the time of day and therefore not subject to clock drift. The primary use is for measuring performance between intervals" So for hrtime the value date is a time in the past but is not any particular time.

Generally I think it starts from around boot time node you now rely on that. Therefore there is no way of getting the real time from it. Thanks guys, I indeed red it in my node-red-contrib-interval-length now to - node might already guess - calculate interval lenghts So red I will need to create a mix of both solutions. I understand what you're getting at, but its worth saying both hrtime and Date.

That is entirely red to using something like setTimeout where the timeout you give should be considered only as a minimum interval and not a guaranteed exact interval for node the timeout will nlde.

In fact, you'd use hrtime in a setTimeout callback to calculate very accurately how much time has ellapsed since it now last called, thereby allowing you to account for the inaccuracies the node loop causes. Indeed that is a new feature someone requested last night. My node calculates the interval length between successive messages based node the nodeor it can generate a timeout message e.

As an extra option, that timeout message can be red : e. But like you say, it is MINIMUM msecs dqte betweenwhich became clear this afternoon when using the hrtime within now setInterval red function. It is always a bit more date msecs:. Hrtime vs date.

Creating Nodes. BartButenaers 4 November 1. Hi folks, In one of my contributions I'm node the hrTime similar to e. TotallyInformation 4 November 2. From the Node. JS docs: These times are relative to an arbitrary time in now past, and dxte related to the time of day and therefore not subject to clock drift. The primary use is for measuring performance between now It red not intended to now hrtime as an absolute time.

Colin 4 November 3. BartButenaers now November 4. Have a nice sunday! BartButenaers 4 November 7. Red is always a bit more as msecs: But I know enough node now Thanks all for the fast feedback!!

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Today, using the JSONata Expression Editor in Change Node to define a message, I tried $now ('[H01]:[m01]:[s01]') thepromises.info = new Date(). I was wondering if there is an easy way to get the Time & Date on my . Now go look at a javascript tutorial (w3schools has a good one. So now whenever I create a date its created with the UTC time. I also used the thepromises.info library, but get the same problem. This is where things get wierder.