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How to find Milliseconds in given date

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This article will explains you How to find Milliseconds in given date. The value returned by getMilliseconds is a number between 0 and 999.

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How to find Milliseconds in given date

//Example 1//Finds Current date in javascriptvar currDate = new Date();

//Find the Milliseconds  details from date
alert(currDate.getHours());

//Output: display Milliseconds based on given date.//Example 2var myDate = new Date("January 22, 2005 10:10:00");

//Find the Milliseconds details from date
alert(myDate.getHours());

//Output
0


//Find Milliseconds from Given date in Javascriptfunction TestDateFunction() {
    <!--
    //Example 1//Finds Current date in javascriptvar currDate = new Date();

    //Find the Milliseconds details from date
    alert(currDate.getMilliseconds());

    //Example 2var myDate = new Date("January 22, 2005 10:10:00");

    //Find the Milliseconds details from date
    alert(myDate.getMilliseconds());
    // -->
}    

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