Unix Timestamp IA Improvement

MyUser MyUser
Created: 3 years and 9 days ago
When you search for "unix time" it brings up the current timestamp. What would be more useful is if you were to search for "unix time Thu Dec 04 12:30:00 2015 PST" it would show you that time.

I'm sure I've seen something like this before so if someone knows what the syntax is, please tell me. If it already exists with a different syntax, it should probably be expanded to the one I just noted as well.

Also, I'm sort of desperately searching around for the timestamp of that. Anyone know what it is?

Cheers,
MyUser

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anonymous
Do you mean you're searching for that time of tomorrow? It will be 1449232200.
posted by <hidden> • 3 years and 9 days ago Link
MyUser
Thanks. After I posted, I took a bit to do the math and came out with that number. However, it would still be convenient if DDG had it as an IA.
posted by MyUser 3 years and 9 days ago Link
x.15a2
Hopefully this will help: https://duck.co/ia/view/unix_time
posted by x.15a2 Community Leader3 years and 9 days ago Link
MyUser
Ah, thanks!
posted by MyUser 3 years and 9 days ago Link