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Some great tools about time.

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<h2>How to use this package:</h2>

>>> import timetoolkit as t
>>> print(t.GetDateTimeNow())

[2019, 7, 18, 16, 27, 1, 958]

>>> c = t.Calendar.GetCalendarByYear(2018)
>>> print(c.GetWeekdayByMonthAndDay(7, 2))

0

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