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Author mark.dickinson
Recipients loewis, mark.dickinson, michael.foord, rye, vstinner
Date 2012-04-18.13:14:25
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> It is possible that it returns NaN

How is that possible?  I can't see any way that the Python 2.7 implementation of floattime could return a NaN.  In each case, floattime appears to be extracting integer fields from some suitable struct, and then combining them to produce a double;  I can't see any scope for producing a NaN in any of the formulas used.
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