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      Update URL · 4ebc578c7a9a
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  15. 27 Feb, 2021 4 commits
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      adapt test · 299bf67d9fb2
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      with iso_dates=True, do not convert timedelta to time · 7e6242cab933
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      update documentation on datetime and timedelta handling · a686cd874ea0
      nmartensen authored
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      add heuristic for reading timedelta · efb8780f9f2a
      nmartensen authored
      Since dates, times, and elapsed time are all usually stored as simple
      numbers in XLSX, openpyxl uses a heuristic to recognize the values as
      date/time representation and returns datetime.datetime or datetime.time
      objects for them. The heuristic is based on inspecting the number format
      style string (is this a date format?) and the stored value itself (to
      distinguish times from datetimes).
      
      This commit refines the heuristic by adding support for recognizing and
      returning time interval durations as datetime.timedelta.
      
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