|milliseconds1||The desired date is calculated from the number of milliseconds between midnight January 1, 1970 GMT and the desired date.|
|string||The desired date is calculated from the string representation. The format of the string should match the parse() method of the Date object.|
|year||A four digit representation of the year.|
|month||The month represented as an integer, where 0 represents January and 11 represents December.|
|day||The day of the month represented as an integer from 1 to 31. Optional argument.|
|hours||The hour represented as an integer where 0 represents 12 am (midnight) and 23 represents 11 pm. Optional argument.|
|minutes||The minutes in the hour represented as an integer from 0 to 59. Optional argument.|
|seconds||The seconds in the minute represented as an integer from 0 to 59. Optional argument.|
|milliseconds2||The milliseconds in the second represented as an integer from 0 to 999. Optional argument.|
If arguments are provided when creating the Date object, the new object will contain the date specified. Otherwise the object will be set to the current date.
A Date object can also be created by calling Date as a function by excluding the new operator.
|12.2.1.||Create Date object by call the constructor|
|12.2.2.||Create Date objects using various arguments in the Date() constructor|