Python Date and Time Mastery: Managing Temporal Data
Other Datetime Methods
Congratulations on completing the tutorial on
datetime in Python! You've worked hard to learn a valuable skill, and you should be proud of yourself. These are some functions that may be useful to you in the future:
- To convert a datetime object to a different time zone using the
astimezonemethod in Python, you will need to import the
pytzmodule provides access to the time zones defined in the IANA time zone database, a comprehensive database of time zones used worldwide;
timestamp()function is a method of the datetime class in Python's
datetimemodule. It returns the timestamp for the datetime object it is called on in the format of a float representing the number of seconds since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC on January 1, 1970).
- Import the
datetimelibrary and the
- Create two
dtobjects in the Eastern Time zone and the Pacific Time zone (already done);
- Use the
dt_ptto get the number of seconds since the Unix epoch.
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