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Kim Miller712 Points
Why does 'from datetime import datetime' allow datetime.now() to work?
from datetime import datetime
a = datetime.now()
a = datetime.datetime.now()
Jassim Al-Hatem20,442 Points
I will explain from my understanding.
datetime is a class in the module datetime.
from datetime import date print(date.today())
without importing date:
import datetime print(date.today())
If you need anymore clarifications don't hesitate to ask.