[issue8822] datetime naive and aware types should have a well-defined definition that can be cross-referenced
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Mon Sep 12 21:35:40 CEST 2011
Jakob Malm <jakob.malm at gmail.com> added the comment:
I agree with Alexander -- I think the current documentation is sufficient to describe 'naive' and 'aware' date and time objects.
The sentence "There are two kinds of date and time objects: “naive” and “aware”." is perhaps a bit unfortunate, however. It appears that Anatoly had misinterpreted 'naive' and 'aware' objects to be of different Python types:
> 'naive' and 'aware' are key datetime types
Perhaps the sentence could be changed to something like:
"date and time objects are either 'naive' or 'aware'.
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