"week-year" conversion to date

Eddie Corns eddie at holyrood.ed.ac.uk
Wed Sep 14 16:04:00 CEST 2005

oyvgi at hotmail.com writes:

>I was wondering if it there is an "easy" way to get the dd-mm-yyyy from

>I would like to get, for example the first day (date-month-year) in the
>week i specify. Found plenty of ways to go th other way, but none that
>give me the reverse.

>Idealy I would like both the beginning date/time and the end date/time
>of the specified week, but if i can just get a hold one of the or some
>other defined time in this week i could probably work out the rest.

>This is in Python :-)

>dd = day in month
>mm = month
>yyyy = year
>ww = week #

>Thanks for any and all help.

>>> import mx.DateTime
>>> d=mx.DateTime.DateTime(1992)+mx.DateTime.RelativeDateTime(weeks=15) 
>>> d
<DateTime object for '1992-04-15 00:00:00.00' at 81d5410>
>>> d=mx.DateTime.DateTime(1992)+mx.DateTime.RelativeDateTime(weeks=51)
>>> d
<DateTime object for '1992-12-23 00:00:00.00' at 81d5448>


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