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JavaScript Date setSeconds() method

The JavaScript date setSeconds() method is used to set the seconds for a specified date on the basis of local time.

Syntax

The setSeconds() method is represented by the following syntax:

Parameter

secValue - It represents an integer value between 0 and 59, specifying the second. If the provided second value is greater than 59, the setSeconds() method increments the minute value accordingly

msValue - It is optional. It represents an integer value between 0 and 999, specifying the millisecond. If the provided millisecond value is greater than 999, the setSeconds() method increments the second value accordingly.

JavaScript Date setSeconds() method example

Here, we will understand setSeconds() method through various examples.

Example 1

Let's see an example to print current and updated second value.

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Output:

Current Second : 2
Updated Second : 15 

Example 2

Let's see an example to update the second value of the given time.

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Output:

Updated Second : 15

Example 3

In this example, we will specify the millisecond value (greater than 999) with the seconds.

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Output:

Updated Second : 11
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