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Enumerate timestamps from now with offset in different units.

Project Description

# tsenum

A timestamp generator.

## commands

usage: [-h] [--utc] --offset OFFSET --count COUNT --step
{day,week,hour,minute} --pattern PATTERN

Enumerate timestamps from now with offset in different units.

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
--utc, -u Current time is in UTC
--offset OFFSET, -o OFFSET
Offset to enumerate from
--count COUNT, -c COUNT
Count to enumerate
--step {day,week,hour,minute}, -s {day,week,hour,minute}
Step width
--pattern PATTERN, -p PATTERN
Date pattern to use (see Python's strftime in
## Usage (Module)

Count 7 days back from yesterday.

from tsenum import enumerate_times
from datetime import datetime

enumerate_times(, -1, -7, 'day', '%Y-%m-%d')

## Usage (CLI)

Count 7 days back from yesterday.

tsenum --offset -1 --count -7 --step day --pattern "%Y-%m-%d: Hello world!"
2016-05-27: Hello world!
2016-05-28: Hello world!
2016-05-29: Hello world!
2016-05-30: Hello world!
2016-05-31: Hello world!
2016-06-01: Hello world!
2016-06-02: Hello world!

Count 3 weeks into future starting from now.

tsenum --offset 0 --count 3 --step day --pattern "Week %V"
Week 22
Week 22
Week 23

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