Get current timestamp using Python

Syntax: time.time()
Parameters: NA
Return: floating point number expressed in seconds.
1594819641.9622827
Syntax: datetime.now()
Parameters: tz (time zone) which is optional.
Return: the current local date and time.
current time:- 2020-07-15 14:30:26.159446
timestamp:- 1594823426.159446
Syntax: calendar.timegm(tuple)
Parameters: takes a time tuple such as returned by the gmtime() function in the time module.
Return: the corresponding Unix timestamp value.

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