Current Monotonic Time

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Monotonic gives access to monotonic clocks on various platforms (Mac OS X, Windows, and POSIX). A monotonic clock is a time source that won’t ever jump forward or backward (due to NTP or Daylight Savings Time updates). Monotonic uses Thomas Habets’s cross-platform “monotonic_clock” library under the hood.

Properties #

Time-unit: Select from second, millisecond, microsecond, nanosecond

Output #

Output-location: The location to store the timestamp

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