This function starts with lowercase letter.
Get the current server time, which will be stored in the variables &hour, &minute and &second.
|&hour=0||The variable to store the hour in, passed by reference.|
|&minute=0||The variable to store the minute in, passed by reference.|
|&second=0||The variable to store the seconds in, passed by reference.|
The function itself returns a Unix Timestamp.
This function is useful for measuring time intervals by using its timestamp characteristics. This can be particularly useful if you want to restrict some functionality based on a time (e.g. a command that can only be executed every 30 seconds). Using this method you don't have to rely on timers.
- getdate: Get the current date of the server.