Looks like a 13-digit timestamp - e.g. Python millis()

On May 23, 10:09 pm, Tony House <tonyho...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm looking through the FAQ for the tweet button and am not seeing one
> of the attributes listed.
> On the page, the different examples have an underscore and equal and a
> 13 digit number (e.g.http://twitter.com/share?_=1306165040196).  It
> looks like the first 10 digits could be a unix timestamp, but I'm not
> 100% sure about that.  It also means the three digits at the end (196)
> are something else.
> I couldn't find anything in FAQ, so I'm hoping someone can help.  What
> is this number?
> Thanks.
> Tony

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