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`I want to Print every single second, Minute, Hour, day, Month, Year Between Given Date Range`

Python
```start_date = datetime(2021,1,1,00,00,00)
start_date = datetime(2021,1,1,00,00,00)

output like this...
2021,1,1,00,00,01
2021,1,1,00,00,02
2021,1,1,00,00,03
...
2021,1,1,00,02,00
2021,1,1,00,02,01
...
2021,1,1,00,59,00
2021,1,1,01,00,01
2021,1,1,59,05,03
...
2021,1,1,00,00,01
2021,1,2,5,51,01```

What I have tried:

I don't know how to solve this problem
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Updated 4 days ago
Richard MacCutchan 4 days ago

It is just a matter of adding 1 to each field until it gets to the limit. When you reach the limit of any field then you add 1 to the field on its left, and reset this field to zero. So counting up the seconds from 1 to 60, when you get to 60 add 1 to the minutes field and reset the seconds to zero. But be aware that anything longer than a few seconds will produce many lines of output.

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