Q: finding distance between 2 time's
sjmachin at lexicon.net
Sun May 31 01:36:09 CEST 2009
On May 30, 7:33 pm, mar... at hvidberg.net wrote:
> I made this little script (below) to look througt a dir to see if
> there are any files newer than .e.g. 1 hour.
> I have the loop through the dir working and can retreive file time as
> well as present time.
> both time variables are in the format returned by time.localtime()
> My question:
> How do I find the difference between such two time variables, to
> calculate the 'age' of the file?
This technique in well worth learning, as it can be applied in many
real-world situations, sometimes not even requiring a computer. For
The letter was postmarked on the 18th of May; it was delivered on the
29th of May; how many days was it in transit? You give a $10 note for
an article priced at $6.35; how much change should you get?
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