Like [object Date], but unique.
Date, allowing monot to be used as a drop-in replacement for
npm install monot
This creates a new monotonic Date constructor. All generated dates will be greater than lastDate (which defaults to
Date.now()). This constructor has the same API as the built-in Date constructor, but returns built-in Date instances.
var monot = require"monot"var Date = monotconsole.logDatenow // 1371682752708console.logDatenow // 1371682752709console.logDatenow // 1371682752710console.log instanceof Date // true
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