I have a text file with a lot of datetime strings in isoformat. The strings are similar to this:
These strings were generated using
str(datetime_object). The problem is that, for some ...
i have string
date = "11/28/2009"
hour = "23"
minutes = "59"
seconds = "00"
how can i convert to datetime object and store it in datastore?
I am a newbie in Python. I want to subtract interval time from my log file, but the problem is I cannot convert millisecond string of log file into datetime format. ...
Is this the correct way to convert a UTC string into local time allowing for daylight savings? It looks ok to me but you never know :)
UTC_STRING = "2010-03-25 02:00:00"
Given this string: "Fri, 09 Apr 2010 14:10:50 +0000" how does one convert it to a datetime object?
After doing some reading I feel like this should work, but it doesn't...
>>> from ...
Is there a good method to convert a string representing time in the format of [m|h|d|s|w] (m= minutes, h=hours, d=days, s=seconds w=week) to number of seconds? I.e.
s = "June 19, 2010"
How do I conver that to a datetime object?
I am trying to convert a string timestamp into a proper datetime object. The problem I am having is that there is a timezone offset and everything I am doing doesn't ...
I need to convert a string to a datetime object, along with the fractional seconds. I'm running into various problems.
Normally, i would do:
>>> datetime.datetime.strptime(val, "%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S.%f")
But errors and old docs showed me ...
I have a lot of date strings like
Mon, 16 Aug 2010 24:00:00 and some of them are in
00-23 hour format and some of them in
01-24 hour format. I ...
I saved a datetime.datetime.now() as a string.
Now I have a string value, i.e.
How can I convert this string to
Oct 8th 2010
I'd like to convert this string into a datetime object:
Wed Oct 20 16:35:44 +0000 2010
Is there a simple way to do this? Or do I have to write a RE ...
I am storing the datetime string in the database, now I meet a problem that when I fetch the string from database I need to convert it back to datatime object...
I am getting this exception
time data did not match format: data=19:51:06 Jan 17, 2011 PST fmt=%H:%M:%S %b %d, %Y %Z
for following code
datetime.strptime(parameters['19:51:06 Jan 17, 2011 PST'], "%H:%M:%S %b ...
Experienced programmer here, but I've never had to convert time to and from utc. Recently had a request to have my app be timezone aware, and I've been running myself in ...
i'm trying to create a directory/folder in linux using python. I will get date time and make a folder.
In : d = datetime.datetime.now()
In : a = 'date :' + str(d)
I have a date string in following format 2011-03-07 how to convert this to datetime in python?
I'm working on Google app engine with Python.
I have stored a datetime object in database and fetched it and applied timezone, and I saved it using template. The result is
I have a date string defined as followed:
datestr = '2011-05-01'
I want to convert this into a datetime object so i used the following code
dateobj = datetime.datetime.strptime(datestr,'%Y-%m-%d')
But what gets printed is: ...
How to parse ISO formatted date in python?
I have an isoformat datetime as a string like the example below -
What is the best ...
I understand how to convert a string to a datetime object, but what about a string that has a different time zone? for example "10/07/2011 04:22 CEST"
Parse date and format it using python?
i have a date string like
. Any way to convert this string to a ...
Convert Date String to DateTime Object in Python
Is there an easy way to convert the string the string
into a datetime.date object?
I have a string field like this..
and now I need to convert it to a datetime object in python so that I can calculate the difference between two datetime ...
I'm very new to Python, but I need to migrate a project from PHP to Python (running in GAE environment) and I need to move all data from one database to ...
I have two date strings (taken from user input and can vary greatly)
s1 = '2011:10:01:10:30:00'
s2 = '2011:10:01:11:15:00'
I wish to find the difference between the two as minutes.
How should I proceed ...
Is there a way I can obtain a datetime aware object out of a string in Python using only the standard library modules ?
I know that I can use
dateutil.parser.parse, but ...
Here I have string like this
"1322485986.672901000", data type is string which represents unixtime. I want to convert it into datetime in Python.
The way I used is
date = datetime.fromtimestamp(float(row)) row ...
mo = re_date.match(date) if mo: Y = int (mo.group(1)) m = int (mo.group(2)) d = int (mo.group(3)) H = int (mo.group(4)) M = int (mo.group(5)) ...
jaar = str(row.OpdrachtDatum.year) maand = str(row.OpdrachtDatum.month) dag = str(row.OpdrachtDatum.day) if len(maand) == 1: maand = '0' + maand if len(dag) ...