Saves the current time in a parameter.

C Language

int lr_save_timestamp( const char* tmstampParam, [DIGITS,] LAST );
Example: lr_save_timestampParameter Functions


tmstampParamThe name of the parameter to store the timestamp.

Optional. The number of digits for the timestamp (integer). The default is 13. With DIGITS=13, the resolution is epoch time including milliseconds. The milliseconds are the last three digits.
With DIGITS=10, the resolution is in seconds.

If the value of DIGITS is less than 1 or more than 16, the default is used

lr_save_timestamp saves the current local timestamp of the computer running the script.

The timestamp cannot be stored as an integer or long integer.

Return Values

Returns LR_PASS (0) on success. Non-zero return value indicates failure.


You cannot use standard parameterization for any arguments in this function.