Working with time, date, and calendar

In this recipe, we will use built in Python modules and we don't need to install anything explicitly. So let's get started.

How to do it...

  1. Go to your favorite editor, create a file named, and write the following code in the Python file:
            import datetime 
            time_obj = datetime.time(13, 2, 23) 
            print "Time object is:", time_obj 
            print 'Hour  :', time_obj.hour 
            print 'Minute:', time_obj.minute 
            print 'Second:', time_obj.second 
            print 'Microsecond:', time_obj.microsecond 

    If we run the preceding Python code, we will see the following output. Observe how we created a given time object using Python and retrieved the hour, minute, second, and microsecond details for the given time object:

  2. Python's Time class has ...

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