JavaScript setUTCSeconds

JavaScript setUTCSeconds function is useful to set the Seconds and Milliseconds of a specified date as per the universal time, and its syntax is:

 Date.setUTCSeconds(Seconds, Milliseconds)

JavaScript setUTCSeconds Function Example

For this Date Function, Milliseconds is an optional argument. We are using setUTCSeconds to set the current date seconds to 49 as per the universal time.

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<head>
    <title> JS </title>
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<body>
    <h1> Example </h1>
<script>
  var dt = Date();  
  document.write("Date and Time : " + dt + "<br/>");

  dt.setUTCSeconds(49);
  document.write("After : " + dt);
</script>
</body>
</html>
Example

Date and Time: Thu Nov 08 2018 12:13:07 GMT+0530 (Indian Standard Time)
After : Thu Nov 08 2018 12:13:49 GMT+0530 (Indian Standard Time)

In this JavaScript set UTC Seconds example, we set the custom date seconds to 55 according to universal time.

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<html>
<head>
    <title> JavaScriptSet UTC Seconds Functions </title>
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    <h1> JavaScriptsetUTCSecondsFunctionExample </h1>
<script>
  var dt = Date("May 1, 2016 10:11:19");
  document.write("Date and Time : " + dt + "<br/>");

  dt.setUTCSeconds(55);
  document.write("After setUTCSeconds() : " + dt);
</script>
</body>
</html>
setUTCSeconds example