The event.timeStamp is an inbuilt property in jQuery which is used to measure difference in milliseconds between the time of event created by the browser and January 1, 1970.
Parameter: It does not accept any parameter because it is a property not a function.
Return Value: This returns the number of milliseconds since January 1, 1970, when the event is triggered.
jQuery code to show the working of event.timeStamp property:
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