steve at holdenweb.com
Wed Aug 1 18:45:58 CEST 2007
Robert Dailey wrote:
> I'm well aware of the datetime module, however it is really inconsistent
> and useless to me. In order to do any arithmetic on time objects, I have
> to use the 'timedelta' class, which doesn't even allow me to do all the
> math I want to do.
> For example, I want to do "1 / timeobj", where timeobj might represent a
> time in the format of "00:00:00.000000". Do I have to code my own class
> for this, or is there some other third party library out there that will
> allow me to do this?
But surely all you really need is a function to convert a timedelta to
So I don't really see the need for a third party library. It may be
useless to you: have you considered that your use case might be
non-standard? Or perhaps you just like to make things difficult.
Once you have your times in seconds then rate calculations are a piece
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