A Scala function to get the Unix epoch time for X days ago

As a brief note, here’s a Scala function to get the Unix epoch time for X days ago:

/**
 * Returns a 10-digit Long (like 1585275929) representing the date/time.
 * Use it to get the time for 1 day ago, 2 days ago, etc. `0` will give
 * you the current time.
 */
def unixEpochTimeForNumberOfDaysAgo(numDaysAgo: Int): Long = {
    import java.time._
    val numDaysAgoDateTime: LocalDateTime = LocalDateTime.now().minusDays(numDaysAgo)
    val zdt: ZonedDateTime = numDaysAgoDateTime.atZone(ZoneId.of("America/Denver"))
    val numDaysAgoDateTimeInMillis = zdt.toInstant.toEpochMilli
    val unixEpochTime = numDaysAgoDateTimeInMillis / 1000L
    unixEpochTime
}

As shown in the comments, if you give it a 0 it will return the current epoch time.

Of course you can make the code shorter and better; I just wanted to show the steps in the approach using the Time classes in Java 8.