Python does not include native types for dates and times as it does for
str, but it provides three modules for manipulating date and time values in several representations.
time (page 211) module exposes the time-related functions from the underlying C library. It includes functions for retrieving the clock time and the processor run time, as well as basic parsing and string formatting tools.
datetime (page 221) module provides a higher-level interface for date, time, and combined values. The classes in
datetime support arithmetic, comparison, and time zone configuration.
calendar (page 233) module creates formatted representations of weeks, months, and years. It can also be used to compute ...