How to use 'python timestamp' in Python

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263def pyCalendarToSQLTimestamp(pydt):
264
265 if pydt.isDateOnly():
266 return date(year=pydt.getYear(), month=pydt.getMonth(), day=pydt.getDay())
267 else:
268 return datetime(
269 year=pydt.getYear(),
270 month=pydt.getMonth(),
271 day=pydt.getDay(),
272 hour=pydt.getHours(),
273 minute=pydt.getMinutes(),
274 second=pydt.getSeconds(),
275 tzinfo=None
276 )
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