The datetime module in Python is a module that provides classes for working with dates and times. It contains classes such as date, time, datetime, timedelta, and others, for handling date and time values. These classes allow you to perform operations such as formatting dates and times, parsing dates from strings, and performing arithmetic with dates and times.
date class: Represents a date (year, month, day) and provides methods for working with dates, such as today(), fromordinal(), and others.
time class: Represents the time of day, independent of the date, and provides methods for working with times, such as min, max, and others.
datetime class: Represents a date and time and combines the functionality of both the date and time classes. It provides methods for working with both dates and times, such as now(), combine(), and others.
timedelta class: Represents a duration or a difference between two dates or times and provides methods for performing arithmetic with dates and times, such as addition, subtraction, and others.
tzinfo abstract base class: Represents information about a time zone and provides a standard way of dealing with time zones in Python.
These classes and their methods allow you to perform a wide variety of operations related to dates and times, making the datetime module a valuable tool for any Python programmer.