Node.js fs.futimesSync() Method
The fs.futimesSync() method is used to synchronously change the modification and access timestamps of given file descriptor. The timestamps can be specified using a number, string, or Date object. An error would be thrown if the timestamp cannot be converted to a proper number, or is NaN, Infinity or -Infinity.
fs.futimesSync( fd, atime, mtime )
Parameters: This method accepts three parameters as mentioned above and described below:
- fd: It is an integer value that denotes the file descriptor of the file whose timestamps have to be changed.
- atime: It is number, string or Date object that denotes the new access timestamp to be set.
- mtime: It is number, string or Date object that denotes the new modification timestamp to be set.
Below examples illustrate the fs.futimesSync() method in Node.js:
Details before changing time: Modification Time: 2015-12-20T19:42:00.000Z Access Time: 2020-05-25T15:40:13.508Z Details after changing time: Changed Modification Time: 2020-05-25T15:52:21.546Z Changed Access Time: 2020-05-25T15:52:21.546Z
Details before changing time: Modification Time: 2020-05-25T15:52:21.546Z Access Time: 2020-05-25T15:52:21.604Z Details after changing time: Changed Modification Time: 2019-03-15T22:42:00.000Z Changed Access Time: 2019-12-18T02:45:00.000Z