Add millisecondDigits option to Intl.DateTimeFormat

Enhance the Intl.DateTimeFormat API by adding a “millisecondDigits” option to control the format of fractions of a second.

The Date object in ECMAScript stores time information with millisecond precision. Some web developers need to output milliseconds. This option enhances Intl.DateTimeFormat to control formatting of fractions of second. The value of millisecondDigits should be an integer between 0 to 3 to represent how many digits the DateTimeFormat should output after the decimal mark.

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Last updated on 2019-05-30