Standard way to express a date in a real number?

Tyler Eaves tyler at cg1.org
Tue Apr 15 00:30:31 CEST 2003


Nicola Mingotti wrote:

> import time
> t = time.time()
> # t is the number you asked for
> 
> If you want to know more about this look at
> the "time" module .
> 
> 
> bye.

The problem is that you can only represent dates from 1970 - 2030-someting
that way.





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