Date manipulations can also be performed using Python using the “datetime” module and using the “date” class in it.
1. MINYEAR : — displays the minimum year that can be represented using a date class.
2. MAXYEAR : — displays the maximum year that can be represented using the date class.
Minimum representable year is: 1 Maximum representable year is: 9999
3. date (yyyy-mm-dd) : — this function returns a string with the passed arguments in year, month and date order.
4. today () : — returns the date of the current day in yyyy-mm-dd format.
The represented date is: 1997-04-01 Present date is: 2016-08-02 pre>
5. fromtimestamp (sec) : — Returns a date calculated in seconds since the time specified in the arguments.
6. min () : — returns the minimum date that can be represented by the date class.
7. max () : — returns the maximum date that can be represented by the date class.
The calculated date from seconds is: 1970- 02-09 Minimum representable date is: 0001-01-01 Maximum representable date is: 9999-12-31
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