How to get the timestamp in Python

To get the timestamp in Python, you can rely on the following commands :

Using: datetime.datetime.now()

import datetime
print(print(datetime.datetime.now())) # python get current timestamp

 

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If you want to account for the timezone, you would need to use it as follows:

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Using: time.ctime()

import time
print(time.ctime()) # timestamp in python

 

 


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Nikolaus has a degree in software development. He is passionate about gadgets with a screen, nostalgic for phones, a retired gamer and open source programmer. He likes also to write about macOS and Windows. design web pages and debug long programs!

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