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simple datetime

Project description

A library that we can get datetime simply and easily

Installation

Install using pip:

pip install sdate

Install using source code:

git clone https://github.com/qiueer/sdate
cd sdate
python setup.py install

Usage

Get datetime information currently:

>>> from sdate import sdate
>>> sdate()
{       'date': '2016-03-14',
        'time': '11:42:21',
        'datetime': '2016-03-14 11:42:21',
        'datetimestr': '20160314114221284',
        'day': 14,
        'hour': 11,
        'iso8601': '2016-03-14T11:42:21',
        'iso8601_ms': '2016-03-14T11:42:21.284319+08:00',
        'iso8601_ms_tz': '2016-03-14T11:42:21.284319+08:00',
        'iso8601_tz': '2016-03-14T11:42:21+08:00',
        'microsecond': 284319,
        'minute': 42,
        'month': 3,
        'second': 21,
        'tzname': 'GMT+8',
        'unix_timestamp': 1457926941,
        'weekday': 0,
        'year': 2016}

Get datetime information, before four hours:

>>> from sdate import sdate
>>> sdate(hours=-4)
{   'date': '2016-03-14',
    'time': '07:51:12',
    'datetime': '2016-03-14 07:51:12',
    'datetimestr': '20160314075112200',
    'day': 14,
    'hour': 7,
    'iso8601': '2016-03-14T07:51:12',
    'iso8601_ms': '2016-03-14T07:51:12.200265+08:00',
    'iso8601_ms_tz': '2016-03-14T07:51:12.200265+08:00',
    'iso8601_tz': '2016-03-14T07:51:12+08:00',
    'microsecond': 200265,
    'minute': 51,
    'month': 3,
    'second': 12,
    'tzname': 'GMT+8',
    'unix_timestamp': 1457913072,
    'weekday': 0,
    'year': 2016}

Convert unix timestamp to sdate, that we can use it to get more information:

>>> from sdate import sdate
>>>sd=sdate().from_unix_timestamp(1457895842)
>>>print sd
{   'date': '2016-03-14',
    'time': '03:04:02',
    'datetime': '2016-03-14 03:04:02',
    'datetimestr': '201603140304020',
    'day': 14,
    'hour': 3,
    'iso8601': '2016-03-14T03:04:02',
    'iso8601_ms': '2016-03-14T03:04:02+08:00',
    'iso8601_ms_tz': '2016-03-14T03:04:02+08:00',
    'iso8601_tz': '2016-03-14T03:04:02+08:00',
    'microsecond': 0,
    'minute': 4,
    'month': 3,
    'second': 2,
    'tzname': 'GMT+8',
    'unix_timestamp': 1457895842,
    'weekday': 0,
    'year': 2016}
>>> sd.datetime_str()
'201603140304020'

Reset sdate, the arguments are same as Constructor:

>>>sd=sdate().from_unix_timestamp(1457895842)
>>>print sd
{   'date': '2016-03-14',
    'time': '03:04:02',
    'datetime': '2016-03-14 03:04:02',
    'datetimestr': '201603140304020',
    'day': 14,
    'hour': 3,
    'iso8601': '2016-03-14T03:04:02',
    'iso8601_ms': '2016-03-14T03:04:02+08:00',
    'iso8601_ms_tz': '2016-03-14T03:04:02+08:00',
    'iso8601_tz': '2016-03-14T03:04:02+08:00',
    'microsecond': 0,
    'minute': 4,
    'month': 3,
    'second': 2,
    'tzname': 'GMT+8',
    'unix_timestamp': 1457895842,
    'weekday': 0,
    'year': 2016}
>>> sd.reset()
{   'date': '2016-03-14',
    'time': '13:05:13',
    'datetime': '2016-03-14 13:05:13',
    'datetimestr': '20160314130513729',
    'day': 14,
    'hour': 13,
    'iso8601': '2016-03-14T13:05:13',
    'iso8601_ms': '2016-03-14T13:05:13.729126+08:00',
    'iso8601_ms_tz': '2016-03-14T13:05:13.729126+08:00',
    'iso8601_tz': '2016-03-14T13:05:13+08:00',
    'microsecond': 729126,
    'minute': 5,
    'month': 3,
    'second': 13,
    'tzname': 'GMT+8',
    'unix_timestamp': 1457931913,
    'weekday': 0,
    'year': 2016}

Methods that we can use:

>>>sd.weekofday()
0
>>>sd.hour()
13
>>>sd.month()
3
>>>sd.datetime_str()
'20160314130513729'
>>>sd.iso8601_ms_tz()
'2016-03-14T13:05:13.729126+08:00'
>>>sd.datetime()
'2016-03-14 13:05:13'
>>>sd.iso8601_ms()
'2016-03-14T13:05:13.729126+08:00'
>>>sd.second()
13
>>>sd.iso8601_tz()
2016-03-14T13:05:13+08:00
>>>sd.minute()
5
>>>sd.year()
2016
>>>sd.date()
'2016-03-14'
>>>sd.unix_timestamp()
1457931913
>>>sd.iso8601()
'2016-03-14T13:05:13'
>>>sd.day()
14
>>>sd.microsecond()
729126
>>>sd.tzname()
'GMT+8'
>>>sd.time()
'13:05:13'

Support + Contributing

Feel free to make pull requests, or report issues via the repo:

https://github.com/qiueer/sdate

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