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Additional time Module Features

Here are some additional functions in the time module.

time.sleep ( seconds , tuple )

Delay execution for a given number of seconds. The argument may be a floating point number for subsecond precision.

time.accept2dyear

If non-zero, 2-digit years are accepted. 69-99 is treated as 1969 to 1999, 0 to 68 is treated as 2000 to 2068. This is 1 by default, unless the PYTHONY2K environment variable is set; then this variable will be zero.

time.altzone

Difference in seconds between UTC and local Daylight Savings time. Often a multiple of 3600 (all US time zones are in whole hours). For example, Eastern Daylight Time is 14400 (4 hours).

time.daylight

Non-zero if the locale uses daylight savings time. Zero if it does not.

time.timezone

Difference in seconds between UTC and local Standard time. Often a multiple of 3600 (all US timezones are in whole hours).

time.tzname

The name of the timezone.


 
 
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