$hptimestamp

Returns a high precision timestamp
Usage
$hptimestamp
Description
Returns a high precision timestamp as a floaint point value. The timestamp rappresent the number of seconds elapsed since a certain moment in the past. The number of seconds contains a "high precision" fractional part. The "certain moment" definition depends on the platform KVIrc is executed. This means that this timestamp is totally useless to rappresent a time value but is useful to compute time intervals with sub-second precision.
Syntax Specification
<float> $hptimestamp
Examples

    %tmp = $hptimestamp
    echo $($hptimestamp - %tmp)

See also
$unixtime, $date, $time

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