This element is deprecated; avoid using it. Use <date-in-citation>.
This element is an artifact, now used only within the <nlm-citation> element, which is deprecated. Use of this element is therefore also deprecated.
The <time-stamp> element has been replaced by the element <date-in-citation> with a @content-type attribute with a value of “time-stamp”. Such a <date-in-citation> element can be used to record any time stamp that was found on the cited resource when it was examined, for resources such as databases that may use a time signature to identify different versions.
<!ELEMENT time-stamp (#PCDATA %time-stamp-elements;)* >
(#PCDATA | x)*
Any combination of:
Used only in <nlm-citation>, an element-style bibliographic reference (punctuation and spacing removed):
... <ref> <nlm-citation publication-type="commun"> <person-group person-group-type="author"> <string-name><surname>Harris</surname>, <given-names>Pat</given-names></string-name> </person-group> <article-title>New Z39.50 resource [Internet]</article-title> <source>Message to: Karen Patrias</source> <year iso-8601-date="1998-02-27T13:18">1998</year> <month>02</month> <day>27</day> <time-stamp>1:18 pm</time-stamp> <access-date>cited 1998 Feb 28</access-date> <comment>[about 2 screens]</comment> </nlm-citation> </ref> ...