[Python-ideas] Add a "week" function or attribute to datetime.date

Antonio Galán angala.agl at gmail.com
Fri Mar 1 05:40:53 EST 2019

The week number is usually refered to the week of the year, but the week of
the month is also interesting, for example for some holiday which depend on
the week number of the month, so in analogy with "weekday" we can use
"yearweek" and "monthweek"
El vie., 1 de marzo de 2019 9:33, Adrien Ricocotam <ricocotam at gmail.com>

> I like the idea. But how to distinguish it from the number of week past
> since the beginning of the month ?
> But that’s great.
> On Fri 1 Mar 2019 at 09:31, Antonio Galán <angala.agl at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi, datetime.date.today() (or other day)  has attributes .year and .month
>> wich return the year and the month of that date, also it has a function
>> weekday() wich return the number of the day in the week.
>> I think it is a good idea add a function or attribute "week" wich return
>> the number of the week on the year. It is useful to execute scripts once a
>> week for example.
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