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datetime to timestamp python 3.10

Hello everyone, This post is related to datetime to timestamp ans also python datetime now.
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It is very simple to get a datetime object from a timestamp in Python. However the same can’t be said the other way arounds. Just when I start to think “oh Python’s very easy with a nice API” the further you looks into the language and library you start to notice some crack as. python
EXAMPLE 01): datetime to timestamp python
datetime to timestamp python-python datetime now
fig 01) datetime to timestamp python-python datetime now
from datetime import datetime
timestamps = 1545730074
data_object = datetime.fromtimestamp(timestamps)
print(“data_object =”, data_object)
print(“type(data_object) =”, type(data_object))
output: data_object = 2020-06-28 08:47:53

type(data_object) = <class ‘datetime.datetime’>

Example 02: Python datetime to timestamp

You can get timestamps from a datetime object using datatime.timestamp() methods.

from datetime import datetime
#which is current date and time
current= datetime.current()
timestamp = datetime.timestamp(current)
print(“timestamp =”, timestamp)

EXAMPLE 03) Get current timestamp
import time

time.time()import time
Convert datetimes to timestamps
import time

from datetime import datetime

d = datetime(2020, 6, 28, 0, 0)
unixtime = time.mktime(d.timetuple())
In Python 3.3+ you can be use timestamp() instead in:
datetime.datetime(2020, 6, 28, 0, 0).timestamp()

Convert timestamp to datetime format

import pytz

from datetime import datetime

utc_data = datetime.utcfromtimestamp(unixtime).replace(tzinfo=pytz.utc)


# using calendar
import calendar

from datetime import datetime

data = datetime.utcnow()

timestamp = 1545730074

# python 3

data_object = datetime.fromtimestamp(timestamp)

python datetime now

Example: Current date in different formats

from datetime import date

today =

# dd/mm/YY format
m1 = today.strftime("%d/%m/%Y")
print("m1 =", m1)

# Textual month, day and year format 
m2 = today.strftime("%B %d, %Y")
print("m2 =", m2)

# mm/dd/y format
m3 = today.strftime("%m/%d/%y")
print("m3 =", m3)

# Month abbreviation, day and year format 
m4 = today.strftime("%b-%d-%Y")
print("m4 =", m4)
m1 = 28/06/2020
m2 = jun 28, 2020
m3 = 06/28/2020
m4 = jun-28-2020
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