ctime() function takes a time, expressed in seconds since the epoch, and returns a formatted string.
s is the number of seconds since the epoch. The epoch is defined as January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 UTC. If no argument is provided the function will use the current local time.
ctime() function can be used to translate a time in seconds (from the epoch) into a human-readable format:
import timeprint(time.ctime(10000))# Output: Thu Jan 1 02:46:40 1970
ctime() function can be used to return the current local time.
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