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A simple function to check if a given date a public holiday in Australia

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# OZ Holiday

A simple function to check a given date a public holiday or not in Australia, really easy to use.

- Use the data from [](
- Only use Python standard libraries
- Only one function - keep it simple

## Installation
pip install ozholiday


git clone
cd ozholiday
python install

## Usage
In [1]: from ozholiday import isholiday

In [2]: isholiday('20170101')
Out[2]: True

In [3]: isholiday('20170101',detail=True)
{'Applicable To': 'NAT',
'Date': '20170101',
'Holiday Name': "New Year's Day",
'Information': "New Year's Day is the first day of the calendar year and is celebrated each January 1st",
'More Information': '',
'_id': 1}

In [5]: isholiday('20170103')
Out[5]: False

In [9]: isholiday('20190102')
ValueError: The date 20190102 is not in current list published by,
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0.1.0 (2018-03-02)

* First release on PyPI.

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