Author belopolsky
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Date 2015-08-28.22:19:07
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I probably misremembered a different issue.  See msg194311.

>>> timedelta(seconds=0.6112295) == timedelta(seconds=1)*0.6112295
False

I thought the problem there was that the same float was converted to one decimal by str() and to a different decimal by timedelta.  But now it looks like it was something else.

Does your algorithm guarantee that any float that is displayed with 6 decimal places or less will convert to a datetime or timedelta with microseconds matching the fractional part?
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