Python time.ctime() method converts a time in seconds since the epoch to a string in local time. This is equivalent to asctime(localtime(seconds)). Current time is returned by localtime() is used when the time tuple is not present.
Syntax: time.ctime([ sec ])
- sec: number of seconds to be converted into string representation.
Let’s move to the code with an explanation :
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It prints the standard time equivalent to asctime() method.
Let’s Have a look at asctime() method:
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Let’s move to another example where we will pass seconds as a parameter to ctime() method.
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Here is another example where we pass a parameter to ctime() method.
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