Python and datetime


Here are some links


An example of using datetime is

import time
import datetime 

#now.tzinfo = 'GMT'; # fails, now.tzinfo is immutable

print now.ctime() print now.isoformat() print now.tzinfo

but otherwise produces the following output

Fri Jan  2 15:15:07 2009

I performed these tests on a windows XP box. tzinfo is empty is this a windows/configuration thing? I can test this with UNIX. I tried setting the TZ variable before running the program and it makes no difference. I found one reference that says Python datetime doesn’t do TimeZones.

Obviously, using the from statement would change the call syntax

from datetime import datetime

should work

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