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On 06.03.2014 10:30, Antoine Pitrou wrote:
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> Antoine Pitrou added the comment:
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> I agree that having midnight evaluate to false is completely unexpected and unintuitive. I can imagine situations where it bites people in production use in the uncommon case that a time is exactly equal to midnight.

datetime values with the time set to midnight are *very* common in practice.
You run into them whenever you convert dates into datetime values.
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