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chore(docs): Fix utime module docs



Signed-off-by: Rahix's avatarRahix <rahix@rahix.de>
parent 3efbab13
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.. |time| replace:: ``time``
.. _time: https://docs.python.org/3/library/time.html
.. py:function:: utime.sleep(secs)
.. py:function:: sleep(secs)
Sleep for ``secs`` seconds. Can take a floating-point value.
.. py:function:: utime.sleep_ms(msecs)
.. py:function:: sleep_ms(msecs)
Sleep for ``msecs`` milliseconds. Only takes integer values.
.. py:function:: utime.sleep_us(usecs)
.. py:function:: sleep_us(usecs)
Sleep for ``usecs`` microseconds. Only takes integer values.
.. py:function:: utime.time()
.. py:function:: time()
Return the current timestamp in seconds since 2000-01-01 00:00.
.. py:function:: utime.set_time(secs)
.. py:function:: set_time(secs)
Sets the time to ``secs`` seconds since 2000-01-01 00:00.
.. py:function:: utime.set_unix_time(secs)
.. py:function:: set_unix_time(secs)
Sets the time to ``secs`` seconds since 1970-01-01 00:00 UTC.
This corresponds a regular Unix timestamp which can be obtained
by running ``date +%s`` in a command line or ``int(time.time())``
in Python.
.. py:function:: utime.localtime([secs])
.. py:function:: localtime([secs])
Return the current time as a timestruct tuple. If ``secs`` is given, return
its timestruct tuple instead. Timestruct tuple looks like:
......@@ -48,14 +48,14 @@ alarm.
(year, month, mday, hour, min, sec, wday, yday)
# 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
.. py:function:: utime.mktime(t)
.. py:function:: mktime(t)
Convert timestruct tuple into a seconds time stamp. See
:py:func:`utime.localtime` for details about timestruct tuples.
:returns: Seconds since 2000-01-01
.. py:function:: utime.alarm(secs, [callback])
.. py:function:: alarm(secs, [callback])
Register the next RTC alarm for the timestamp ``secs``. ``secs`` is seconds
since 2000-01-01.
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