Unixtime is the number of seconds which have elapsed from the epoch birth defined as:
Having an independent metric without bias for convenient timezones is useful for engineers spanning the computation science space, these include database and network administrators, software engineers and other scientists reliant upon computational technologies.
Metrics obtainable from Unix Time Maker include the unix timestamp, its translated universal time coordinated (UTC) and its variant localised shift relative to a convenient timezone.
A timestamp of the form:
... is using the "Unix Time Numeric" field translated to the form:
Unix Time Maker has a batch processor which supports IO and facilitates the prompt conversion of dates and times.
... are mapped one-by-one to the output form:
The output date format uses the regional setting defined in the NPro Power Tools configuration. Multiple date formats are supported in addition to their respective date delimitors. In this particular instance, day number preceeds month numerical and the delimitor used in this context is that of a hyphen.