Python has a built-in module called datetime that can be used to create and modify
Because the module comes built-in with Python, installation is not required, but we do need to import it at the top of a Python file.
Creating datetime Objects
datetime module has three main types available:
date: Returns a date in the year-month-day format.
time: Returns a time in the hour-minute-second format with optional microsecond and timezone information.
datetime: Returns a date and time in the year-month-day and hour-minute-second formats.
Durations between any of these types can be returned by the
- Returns a new object with date and time properties.
- Returns the current date and timestamp.
- Returns the seconds elapsed since the epoch.
- Returns a date object in the year-month-day format.
- Returns a duration, resolved to microseconds, that occurs between dates, times, and datetimes.
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