Saturday, 5 February 2022

Formatting Dates and Time Strings in Python





#!/usr/bin/env python
# coding: utf-8

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import time as t


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now = t.time()
now


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gmt= t.gmtime(now)


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gmt


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t.strftime("The date is : %y-%m-%d",gmt)


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t.strftime("The date is : %b %d, %y",gmt)


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t.strftime("The time is : %H:%M:%S",gmt)


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t.strftime("It is now %I %M%p",gmt)


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t.strftime("The local time format is: %X", gmt)


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t.strftime("The local date format is: %x", gmt)


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