Author tim.peters
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Date 2003-01-11.05:10:33
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You can get a timestamp like so:

>>> time.mktime(datetime.date(2002, 1, 1).timetuple())
1009861200.0
>>>

The dates for which this works depends on the platform 
mktime implementation, though.

BTW, this sounds a lot more like a new feature request 
than a bug!
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