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a quick way to get a unix timestamp from a ton of arbitrary date formats

Project Description

approxidate is a quick way to get a unix timestamp from a ton of arbitrary date formats.

A few example dates:

import approxidate
approxidate.approx("10/10/2013 10:10:10.312 +0500")
approxidate.approx("10/March/2013 10:10:10.312 +0500")
approxidate.approx("10/Mar/2013 10:10:10.312 +0500")
approxidate.approx("00:00:07.657891")
approxidate.approx("mar 10")
approxidate.approx("10 mar 2013")
approxidate.approx("march 10 2013")
approxidate.approx("2013 march 10 04:00:07")
approxidate.approx("2013 10 march 04:00:07")
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