Author Miquel.Garcia
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Date 2014-05-29.21:03:12
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In browsing the documentation for datetime.datetime:

https://docs.python.org/2/library/datetime.html

It states that the datetime.datetime.microseconds returns the number of microseconds but in trying (Python 2.7.1 r271:86832):

import datetime
print datetime.datetime.now().microseconds

The interpreter returns 

AttributeError: 'datetime.datetime' object has no attribute 'microseconds'

The correct way to access the number of microseconds is by:

datetime.datetime.now().microsecond # Note the final 's'

which is not consistent with the documentation.

Many thanks

Miquel
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