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convenience routines for times and timing

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Convenience routines for timing.

Function ISOtime(gmtime)

Produce an ISO8601 timestamp string from a UNIX time.

Function sleep(delay)

time.sleep() sometimes sleeps significantly less that requested. This function calls time.sleep() until at least delay seconds have elapsed, trying to be precise.

Function time_from_ISO(isodate, islocaltime=False)

Parse an ISO8601 date string and return seconds since the epoch. If islocaltime is true convert using localtime(tm) otherwise use gmtime(tm).

Function time_func(func, *args, **kw)

Run the supplied function and arguments. Return a the elapsed time in seconds and the function's own return value.

Function tm_from_ISO(isodate)

Parse an ISO8601 date string and return a struct_time.

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