I am trying to convert a time that I receive with GMT time but I render details by time format using strptime.
Please what’s wrong with my code:
I have code which reads vast numbers of dates in ‘YYYY-MM-DD’ format. Parsing all these dates, so that it can add one, two, or three days then write back in the same format is slowing things down quite considerably.
Specifically I have code that simplifies to this:
I have some log files with times in the format HH:MM::SS.nano_seconds (e.g. 01:02:03.123456789). I would like to create a datetime in python so I can neatly do math on the time (e.g. take time differences). strptime works well for microseconds using %f. Do the Python datetime and time modules really not support nanoseconds?
I have three date formats:
I am creating a module in python, in which I am receiving the date in integer format like
20120213, which signifies the 13th of Feb, 2012. Now, I want to convert this integer formatted date into a python date object.