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Parse human-readable date/time text.

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Parse human-readable date/time text.

How to use parsedatetime:

import parsedatetime as pdt

cal = pdt.Calendar()

cal.parse("tomorrow")

More detailed examples can be found in the examples directory.

Python 2.6 or greater is required for parsedatetime version 1.0 or greater.

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