s = GetTimestamp([unixtime])
True, it will return the time that has elapsed since the Unix epoch which starts on January 1st, 1970, 00:00:00 UTC. The time is returned in seconds as a fractional number, allowing for sufficient precision.
GetTimestamp() is especially useful in connection with Hollywood's event
handler. All event messages will contain a field named
contains the timestamp the event was generated. If you compare this time
stamp against the return value of
GetTimestamp(), you can filter out very old
events, for example. See InstallEventHandler for details.
To convert a timestamp into a date, you can use the TimestampToDate() function. To convert a date into a timestamp, use the DateToTimestamp() function.
Trueto return the timestamp relative to the Unix epoch instead of relative to Hollywood's start (defaults to