10 examples of 'python datetime to seconds' in Python

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129def __get_timedelta_sec(self):
130 dt = self.__datetime.utcoffset()
131
132 return int(
133 dt.days * self.__DAYS_TO_SECONDS_COEF
134 + float(dt.seconds)
135 + dt.microseconds / self.__MICROSECONDS_TO_SECONDS_COEF
136 )
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72def datetime_to_secs(value):
73 """Convert a datetime object to the number of seconds since the UNIX epoch.
74
75 Args:
76 value (datetime): The datetime to convert.
77
78 Returns:
79 int: The number of seconds since the UNIX epoch.
80 """
81 return calendar.timegm(value.utctimetuple())
77def from_unix_seconds(seconds: Union[int, float]) -> datetime:
78 while seconds > MS_WATERSHED:
79 seconds /= 1000
80 dt = EPOCH + timedelta(seconds=seconds)
81 return dt.replace(tzinfo=timezone.utc)
62def secs2dt(seconds_param):
63 '''
64 Helper function to convert seconds since epoch into datetime. Naive datetime is treated as UTC
65 '''
66 return datetime.fromtimestamp(seconds_param)
617def datetime2timestamp(dt, default_timezone=None):
618 """Calculate the timestamp based on the given datetime instance.
619
620 :type dt: datetime
621 :param dt: A datetime object to be converted into timestamp
622 :type default_timezone: tzinfo
623 :param default_timezone: If it is provided as None, we treat it as tzutc().
624 But it is only used when dt is a naive datetime.
625 :returns: The timestamp
626 """
627 epoch = datetime.datetime(1970, 1, 1)
628 if dt.tzinfo is None:
629 if default_timezone is None:
630 default_timezone = tzutc()
631 dt = dt.replace(tzinfo=default_timezone)
632 d = dt.replace(tzinfo=None) - dt.utcoffset() - epoch
633 if hasattr(d, "total_seconds"):
634 return d.total_seconds() # Works in Python 2.7+
635 return (d.microseconds + (d.seconds + d.days * 24 * 3600) * 10**6) / 10**6
145def addSeconds(date, value):
146 """Add or subtract an amount of seconds to a given date and time.
147
148 Args:
149 date (datetime): The starting date.
150 value (int): The number of units to add, or subtract if the
151 value is negative.
152
153 Returns:
154 datetime: A new date object offset by the integer passed to
155 the function.
156 """
157 return date + timedelta(seconds=value)
35def timestamp_to_seconds(timestamp: str) -> int:
36 """Convert a timestamp string into a seconds value
37 Args:
38 timestamp: An ISO 8601 format string returned by calling isoformat()
39 on a `datetime.datetime` type timestamp.
40
41 Returns:
42 Timestamp in seconds.
43 """
44 ISO_DATETIME_REGEX = '%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S.%fZ'
45 timestamp_str = datetime.datetime.strptime(timestamp, ISO_DATETIME_REGEX)
46 epoch_time_secs = calendar.timegm(timestamp_str.timetuple())
47 return epoch_time_secs
66def seconds_to_timestamp(seconds):
67 return pd.Timestamp(seconds, unit='s', tz='UTC')
669def _convert_to_timedelta(self, seconds, millis=True):
670 return timedelta(seconds=seconds)
237def toSeconds(time):#converts times to second of music (seconds/120)
238 time = datetime.datetime.strptime(time, "%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S")
239 time = (time-starttime).total_seconds()
240 time = float(time)/120
241 return time

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