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When writing reports I’ve often come across the need to find the unix timestamp beginning and end of a day. Here is a Python snippet that does just that. yesterday = datetime.datetime.now() - datetime.timedelta(days = 1) yesterday_beginning = datetime.datetime(yesterday.year, yesterday.month, yesterday.day,0,0,0,0) yesterday_beginning_time = int(time.mktime(yesterday_beginning.timetuple())) yesterday_end = datetime.datetime(yesterday.year, yesterday.month, yesterday.day,23,59,59,999) yesterday_end_time […]

Finding yesterday’s beginning and ending unix timestamp