A simple alias to return the current timestamp.
Yup, this time it is a really simple one. But since I keep adding it to my terminal configs I thought I share it with you.
To get the current timestamp you can run the following.
As you can see it's only the
date command with a format of
Now if you find it useful - like me 😉 - then you can save it as an alias to your
alias timestamp='date +"%s"'
And that's it 😁