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I tried modifying the second property, but didn’t work.
Basically I wanna do:
datetime.now().second += 3
Have you checked out timedeltas?
from datetime import datetime, timedelta x = datetime.now() + timedelta(seconds=3) x += timedelta(seconds=3)
You cannot add seconds to a datetime object. From the docs:
A DateTime object should be considered immutable; all conversion and numeric operations return a new DateTime object rather than modify the current object.
You must create another datetime object, or use the product of the existing object and a timedelta.