Fix Python – Difference between Python datetime vs time modules


Asked By – Mahdi Yusuf

I am trying to figure out the differences between the datetime and time modules, and what each should be used for.

I know that datetime provides both dates and time. What is the use of the time module?

Examples would be appreciated and differences concerning timezones would especially be of interest.

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The time module is principally for working with Unix time stamps; expressed as a floating point number taken to be seconds since the Unix epoch. the datetime module can support many of the same operations, but provides a more object oriented set of types, and also has some limited support for time zones.

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