python3.2
3.2.2

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Functions  
time_t  _PyTime_DoubleToTimet (double x) 
time_t _PyTime_DoubleToTimet  (  double  x  ) 
Definition at line 6 of file _time.c.
{ time_t result; double diff; result = (time_t)x; /* How much info did we lose? time_t may be an integral or * floating type, and we don't know which. If it's integral, * we don't know whether C truncates, rounds, returns the floor, * etc. If we lost a second or more, the C rounding is * unreasonable, or the input just doesn't fit in a time_t; * call it an error regardless. Note that the original cast to * time_t can cause a C error too, but nothing we can do to * work around that. */ diff = x  (double)result; if (diff <= 1.0  diff >= 1.0) { PyErr_SetString(PyExc_ValueError, "timestamp out of range for platform time_t"); result = (time_t)1; } return result; }