3 examples of 'timedelta to int' 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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669def _convert_to_timedelta(self, seconds, millis=True):
670 return timedelta(seconds=seconds)
39def seconds_to_timedelta(value):
40 """
41 Converst the given value in secodns to datetime.timedelta.
42 """
43 _days = value // 86400
44 _hours = (value // 3600) % 24
45 _mins = (value // 60) % 60
46 _secs = value % 60
47 return timedelta(days=_days, hours=_hours, minutes=_mins, seconds=_secs)

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