For these examples, date is set using

`var now=new Date()`

when local time was `Friday, July 06, 2007 5:54:14 PM`

on a computer set to (US) Mountain Standard Time. If you have JavaScript available in your browser, you can see a live example here.- getMonth()
- a number representing the month, 0 for January, 1 for February, ... You can use this as a key to an array of month names or add one to the number to get a human readable month

EXAMPLE:`now.getMonth()`

RESULT: 6 - getDate()
- the day of the month as a number from 1 to 31

EXAMPLE:`now.getDate()`

RESULT: 6 - getDay()
- the day of the week as a number from 0 to 6 where 0 represents Sunday and 6 represents Saturday

EXAMPLE:`now.getDay()`

RESULT: 5 - getFullYear()
- returns the four digit year

EXAMPLE:`now.getFullYear()`

RESULT: 2007 - getYear()
- returns the two digit year OR the four digit year minus 1900, you should probably avoid using this in favor of getFullYear()

EXAMPLE:`now.getYear()`

RESULT: 07*OR*107*OR*even 7 - getHours()
- hour of the day on a 24 hour clock (0 to 23)

EXAMPLE:`now.getHours()`

RESULT: 17 - getMinutes()
- minutes after the hour (0 to 59)

EXAMPLE:`now.getMinutes()`

RESULT: 54 - getSeconds()
- seconds of the minute (0 to 59)

EXAMPLE:`now.getSeconds()`

RESULT: 14 - getMilliseconds()
- millionths of a second (0 to 999)

EXAMPLE:`now.getMilliseconds()`

RESULT: 937 - getTimezoneOffset()
- Offset from UTC time in minutes

EXAMPLE:`now.getTimezoneOffset()`

RESULT: 420 - getTime()
- current time in native JavaScript format, Milliseconds since January 1st, 1970. This is often called UNIX time, since the UNIX operating system popularized this time format.

EXAMPLE:`now.getTime()`

RESULT: 1183769654937