Is there a conflict of libraries here?
On Fri, 6 Nov 2020 02:25:25 -0500, Steve <Gronicus at SGA.Ninja> wrote:
> In my program, I have the following lines of code:
> import random
> import re
> import time
> import datetime
At this point, the name "datetime" points to a module.
> from datetime import timedelta
> from time import gmtime, strftime
> import winsound as ws
> import sys
> from datetime import datetime
By that, you have reassigned the name "datetime" to point to a
class defined in the datetime module.
> AttributeError: type object 'datetime.datetime' has no attribute
Right, because the name "datetime" points to the class datetime in the
module datetime. The class, unlike the module, has no "datetime"
Apologies if you already knew this. I wasn't sure.
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