FAQ: Modules: Python - Modules Python Introduction


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When I print datetime.now(), currently it’s 17:00 in the UK,but it’s printing 16:00. Is this anything to do with GMT time, and can this be corrected?

It has to do with UTC, which on this site is fixed to UTC +/- 0. You must be one hour east of UTC, or on daylight savings time, while CC is not factoring in DST. Your own computer (local Shell) will register the correct time for your time zone assuming your system time is automatically adjusted for DST.