jlj at cfdrc.com
Thu May 4 01:30:55 CEST 2000
It's only supported for certain platforms (basically, those for which
the underlying C library provides the same function). The same is true
for time.clock(), time.mktime() and time.strftime().
"Daley, MarkX" wrote:
> I couldn't figure out why time.strptime kept returning an attribute error,
> until I imported time and used the dir() function on it. That function
> wasn't there! Has it been taken out, or is it just missing from my install?
> - Mark
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