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Author lemburg
Recipients Arfrever, belopolsky, goshawk, lemburg, vstinner
Date 2012-07-24.20:28:34
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Vincenzo Ampolo wrote:
> 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()
> 1343158163.471209049
> I've actual timestamp from the epoch with nanosecond granularity.
> Thus support for nanoseconds in datetime would really be appreciated

I would be interested in an actual use case for this.
Date User Action Args
2012-07-24 20:28:35lemburgsetrecipients: + lemburg, belopolsky, vstinner, Arfrever, goshawk
2012-07-24 20:28:35lemburglinkissue15443 messages
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