Timestamp format

The timestamp format specifies how time is stored in the output file.

Examples:

YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.ddd  gives   2011-12-31 23:59:59.999
D. MMM 'YY h.mm  gives   31. Dec '11 23.59

The timestamp format can contain these special values:

YYYY    Four-digit year (2011)
YYTwo-digit year (11)
MMMThree-letter month name (Jan, Feb, Dec)
MMTwo-digit month number (01, 02, 12)
MOne- or two-digit month number (1, 2, 12)
DDTwo-digit date (01, 02, 31)
DOne- or two-digit date (1, 2, 31)
hhTwo-digit hour (00, 01, 23)
hOne- or two-digit hour (0, 1, 23)
mmTwo-digit minute (00, 01, 59)
ssTwo-digit second (00, 01, 59)
dddThree-digit second decimals (milliseconds) (000, 001, 999)
ddTwo-digit second decimals (hundredths) (00, 01, 99)
dOne-digit second decimals (tenths) (0, 1, 9)