Python's standard library has (to take three examples) threads, processes, and  
datetime functions.  Meanwhile, PyQt has QThread, QProcess, and QDateTime.

Does this redundancy exist for C++ programmers who are programming Qt directly, 
and who may lack a standard C++ library with these features?  Are the Python 
wrappers simply provided for completeness, or do these libraries truly function 
differently?  When writing a PyQt application, how does one choose between the 
standard library and the PyQt library?

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