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Author goshawk
Recipients goshawk
Date 2012-07-24.19:36:49
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As long as computers evolve time management becomes more precise and more granular.
Unfortunately the standard datetime module is not able to deal with nanoseconds even if OSes are able to. For example if i do:

print "%.9f" % time.time()

I've actual timestamp from the epoch with nanosecond granularity.

Thus support for nanoseconds in datetime would really be appreciated
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